Karen Springsteen’s essay “Veterans’ Writing and a Rhetoric of Witnessing” is included in the newest issue of Reflections: A Journal of Public Rhetoric, Civic Writing and Service Learning (Vol 16, No. 2), a special issue dedicated to veteran’s writing. From the abstract: “Four examples of Iraq veterans’ self-sponsored writing and media compositions are reviewed in order to
Please join us this Friday (1/27) at 3 PM in room #10302 for our second workshop of the Winter 2017 semester. Our focus this time will be supporting peer response across the semester and our facilitator is Adrienne Jankens. A description of this workshop provided by Dr. Jankens: In this workshop, I will present
Composition Program Lecturer Karen Springsteen presents case studies of two students and suggests tailored pedagogical strategies to support their success.
Please join us at 3 PM next Wednesday (1/11) in room #10302 for our first workshop of Winter 2017, which will focus on using rubrics and will be facilitated by Tara Forbes. This discussion-based workshop will examine how we create student-centered rubrics, how we talk about rubrics in the classroom, and how our rubrics can
During the Fall 2016 semester, students in several sections of ENG 3020 Writing and Community, taught by Drs. Karen Springsteen and Thomas Trimble, partnered with the Hannan Center for Lifelong Learning to create oral history interviews with local citizens who witnessed the events of the summer of 1967. The project is described in an article