11 Things You Could Start Doing Today for the Benefit of Your Students’ Writing

Tomorrow’s Professor Blog: 824. 11 Things You Could Start Doing Today for the Benefit of Your Students’ Writing

This posting describes a list of simple practices that, if even one were implemented, might transform the way a professor assigns, discusses, and responds to student writing. Originally created as a faculty development resource for use in workshops on teaching writing, it is co-authored by Jane Kokernak, M.A., Writing Center Supervisor, Mount Ida College and Lowry Pei, Ph.D., Professor of English, Simmons College.

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