The “unessay” is certainly not a new concept, but it was a Faculty Focus piece by Jodie N. Mader, “The Unessay Experiment: Moving Beyond the
For those of us who continue to teach asynchronous online courses during the 2021-2022 academic year, it’s worth considering how we motivate our students. Reasonably
Creating a Path for the Future of Higher Education through a Structured Approach for Interdisciplinary Teaching
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One of the first challenges that any composition teacher faces is presenting rhetorical analysis as a skill that is both imaginatively engaging and academically useful.
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