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Street, Nathaniel – Composition Studies, 2020
A unique line of WPA scholarship highlights the bodily, mental, and emotional toll of administering writing programs, which has prompted analysis of the institutional mechanisms that produce frustration in WPA work. Writing programs are comprised of a wide range of (non)human institutional forces in often incoherent and unsustainable ways, which…
Descriptors: Writing Instruction, Program Administration, Writing (Composition), Laboratories
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Sarwari, Kawita; Kakar, Ahmad Fawad; Golzar, Jawad; Miri, Mir Abdullah – E-Learning and Digital Media, 2022
This study examined students' attitudes toward distance learning, and its relationship with the duration of using Telegram and schooling. It specifically explored students' experiences of the challenges and opportunities that distance learning created during the COVID-19 pandemic. Accordingly, two null hypotheses were formulated: (1) there is no…
Descriptors: Distance Education, COVID-19, Pandemics, Foreign Countries
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Reynolds, Todd; Rush, Leslie S.; Lampi, Jodi P.; Holschuh, Jodi Patrick – Harvard Educational Review, 2021
In this essay, authors Todd Reynolds, Leslie S. Rush, Jodi P. Lampi, and Jodi Patrick Holschuh provide a disciplinary heuristic that bridges literary and literacy theories. The secondary English language arts (ELA) classroom is situated at the intersection between literary theory and literacy theory, where too often literary theory does not…
Descriptors: Literary Criticism, Heuristics, Literacy Education, Language Arts
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Ammade, Salasiah; Mahmud, Murni; Jabu, Baso; Tahmir, Suradi – International Journal of Language Education, 2020
Acknowledging prior knowledge on technology, pedagogy, and content of lecturers in this early stage of developmental research is assuming important as basic data for further steps in designing TPACK model-based instruction in teaching writing. Therefore, having investigation on TPACK literacy of the lecturers will complete the data needed in this…
Descriptors: Technological Literacy, Pedagogical Content Knowledge, Writing Instruction, Literacy
Butler, Tiffani Nicole – ProQuest LLC, 2019
Department chairs serve a vital function at community colleges. They are middle managers, mid-level leaders, and faculty members. They serve a unique position within the organization because they interact with nearly every unit: academics affairs, student affairs, senior administrators and students. At a time when professional organizations are…
Descriptors: Leadership Role, Department Heads, Middle Management, College Faculty
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Sutton, Paul S.; Knuth, Randy – Journal of Curriculum Studies, 2020
High school academic departments remain under-examined yet powerful entities in American high schools. High status department leaders create and sustain narratives around teaching and learning, disciplinary-specific best practices, and the overall efficacy and effectiveness of any number of school improvement policies and initiatives promoted by…
Descriptors: High Schools, Departments, Educational Change, Problem Based Learning
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Köksal, Necla – World Journal of Education, 2020
The aim of this study is to examine the perceptions of preservice teachers about the body in drama classes and to identify the views of preservice teachers about the role of the body on learning. As a phenomenological study, the participants consisted of 20 preservice teachers attending the English Language Teaching Department and Psychological…
Descriptors: Human Body, Drama, Learning Processes, Preservice Teachers
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Gupta, Suman – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2019
Creative Writing programmes in universities now offer both an education for and employment to literary writers. This papers asks how literary writers apprehend their relatively recently institutionalised position, as university staff and students. The concept of 'patronage', it is argued, offers a useful way into reflecting upon such academic…
Descriptors: Creative Writing, Writing Instruction, College Programs, College Faculty
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McConn, Matthew; Mason, Jillian – Studying Teacher Education, 2019
Intending to foster a partnership between his university and a local school and to create a new identity as a teacher educator in the community, a newly hired assistant professor of English education offered support to a secondary English department and ended up working extensively with the teachers (planning, observing, giving feedback,…
Descriptors: College School Cooperation, Partnerships in Education, Communities of Practice, Faculty Development
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Mufidah, Nida – Dinamika Ilmu, 2019
Teacher's professional development is a long journey and it should be started from the college. The present paper discusses the development of pre-service teachers' teaching performance at English department of State Islamic University of Antasari Banjarmasin when they were participating in the teaching practice program. It elaborates what they…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Teaching Methods, English Departments, Foreign Countries
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Yuvayapan, Fatma; Bilginer, Hayriye – Journal of Language and Linguistic Studies, 2020
Academic writing practices constitute central processes through which students learn the conventions of their disciplines to meet the expectations of their academic communities. Therefore, academic writing courses should touch on the specific dimensions of it. One of the most prominent requirements of these courses is to identify the needs of…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Student Needs, Academic Language, Content Area Writing
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Üstündag Güvenç, Özge; Saglam, Berkem; Çakirlar, Özkan; Uzundemir, Özlem – Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education, 2022
During the COVID-19 pandemic, academics and students have had to respond to the unexpected and unplanned shift from face-to-face to online teaching. Since teaching and learning through online portals has been a new experience, this has prompted the academics in the English Language and Literature Department at Çankaya University to seek…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Literature Appreciation, Teaching Methods, Educational Change
Wilson, Sarah Bartlett – ProQuest LLC, 2018
Basic writing, which developed as a field within the larger discipline of rhetoric and composition, has a tumultuous past and an uncertain future. What began as an academic response to a perceived literacy crisis with the rise of open admissions in the late 1960s has continued to grow and reinvent its structures, theories, and practices as new…
Descriptors: Basic Writing, Educational History, Educational Trends, Textbooks
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Tosuncuoglu, Irfan; Küçükler, Halil – World Journal of Education, 2019
Information literacy is a fundamental component of the educational process. One of the most essential considerations involved in the course of providing effective education to students, is the need to instil in them the need to be aware of the information and facts that most impact their own lives and the societies in which they live. Information…
Descriptors: Information Literacy, Second Language Learning, Second Language Instruction, English (Second Language)
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Spencer-Maor, Faye; Randolph, Robert E., Jr. – Composition Studies, 2016
This article begins by asking readers to make a modest supposition: HBCUs are, perhaps, one of the last frontiers for sustained feminist praxis-administratively and pedagogically. The authors write that they struggle with the situation, and find it both lamentable and paradoxical, since many HBCUs were originally founded and/or administered by…
Descriptors: Rhetoric, Feminism, Black Colleges, Writing Instruction
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