Twitter as a mode of communication / teaching device?

A clip (Part 3) from an interview I did with Owen Cantrell from Georgia State University at the Digital Media and Composition Institute this summer at the Ohio State University in Columbus. My response to his question: “Do you have any experience with Twitter as a mode of communication or as a teaching device?” (I sort of expanded the scope of the question to social media in the classroom; Facebook,…

July 12, 2011
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Twitter as a mode of communication / teaching device?

A clip (Part 3) from an interview I did with Owen Cantrell from Georgia State University at the Digital Media and Composition Institute this summer at the Ohio State University in Columbus. My response to his question: “Do you have any experience with Twitter as a mode of communication or as a teaching device?” (I sort of expanded the scope of the question to social media in the classroom; Facebook,…

July 12, 2011
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Teaching grammar in the classroom/writing lab setting?

A clip (Part 2) from an interview I did with Owen Cantrell from Georgia State University at the Digital Media and Composition Institute this summer at the Ohio State University in Columbus. My response to his question: “What is your experience with teaching or learning about grammar in the classroom or in the writing lab setting?” How would you have answered the same question?

July 11, 2011
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Short Sentence, Artful Sentences

This entry is a response to Derek’s post, about teaching the first chapter of Virgina Tufte‘s book Artful Sentence: Syntax as Style in his writing course. I’m not teaching this semester, so I can reflect on the book in that context, but I did want to reflect a little on what a book like this is good for. I’ve only read the first chapter (and flipped through several others), so…

November 10, 2009
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