I originally wrote this as a note to the graduate teaching assistants in my department who will be getting the one-two punch this falI--they will be teaching Writing II instead of Writing I for the first time and they will be teaching writing online for the first time. You may feel that one of those … Continue reading Note to those teaching writing online as Graduate Teaching Assistants this fall
While writing a response to an email for my Teaching Writing Online class, as often happens, I quickly transferred it to an announcement instead, thinking that if one student had this question, others would too. I use Blackboard and this has an "email this announcement" option which makes the announcement both immediate yet available in … Continue reading Another Reason to Blog
My student blog posts for ENG 704: Teaching Writing Online are rolling in and it warms that cockles of my bloggy heart. I think back to when I was a grad student taking Computer-Mediated Pedagogy from Dr. Kristine Blair in the early 2000s, then at Bowling Green State University and now Professor and Dean, College … Continue reading Computer-Mediated Pedagogy: Then and Now
The first reflective blog posts based on the readings are coming in for my Teaching Writing Online class and I must congratulation all the early writers have done their first reflective post. The module ends on January 28, so yea early writers! There is even have one comment, a choice they all have that gives extra credit but really, … Continue reading Looks Count for Blogs Too
Any way I look at it, teaching writing online is more work for faculty than teaching in the face-to-face classroom. It is also more work for students, but this post will be looking at it from the faculty side and counting the costs, most of them personal and paid for by faculty rather than the … Continue reading What a Teaching Writing Online course can do
An earlier version of this post was done for an ENG 725 on "Teaching Writing Online." I will be updating those posts to include what's new since then and to better fit the new course. In my ENG 704: Teaching Writing Online class this spring, one of the things they will be doing is reflective … Continue reading ENG 704: Choosing a Blog Platform
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