This article, From Inside Higher Ed, might be an important idea for the ways that we teach some of the complicated concepts in our courses. It talks about the idea that confusion can possibly be an important way to get students to learn:
This post caught my eye on facebook. It’s a pretty interesting infographic on punctuation marks. Definitely worth a look!
Today, Chamere Poole spoke with members of the Writing Program’s Experimental Teaching Group about introducing and assessing uptake genres in the writing classroom. Teaching Group members who took part were Elizabeth Williams (facilitator), Rob Rowan, Julie Bates, Angela Sheets, and Michelle Wright-Dottore.
Full Podcast (mp3 – 30 MB)
Fall 2013 – ENG 145 Assessment
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Spring 2014 – ENG 101 Assessment
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