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- Elements of WAC in Introductory Foreign Language Courses September 18, 2017
- “It’s in the Syllabus”: Best Practices for the First Day of Class September 11, 2017
- Bearing the Responsibility for Our Own Expectations April 4, 2017
- Students’ Oral Presentation and Improvements in Writing March 26, 2017
- DigitalWAC and Asynchronic Learning March 20, 2017
- Making the Most of Snow Days: Have Your Students Write! March 13, 2017
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At a recent WAC meeting, we watched this video of students relating their feelings about receiving graded papers back from instructors. The general theme among the students was that getting comments (often somewhat inscrutable negative ones like “Bad” or “No”) scribbled in … Continue reading
If you have been exposed to even a moderate amount of WAC pedagogy, you have probably heard this advice: when you mark student work, use anything other than a red pen. On the surface this seems reasonable, after all, … Continue reading
Spring Break has come and gone. Every instructor had their wish list of things to get done during break, when suddenly not having to prep for teaching freed up what seemed like days of free time. And yet…if you’re anything … Continue reading
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Recently, I sent a draft of some writing to my adviser with the comment, “the writing still needs some work, but please look at the overall points and let me know if you think I’m going in the right direction.” … Continue reading