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Participated in Teaching with Technology, Tech Fair, Co-sponsored by the CTLR and LIS @ Middlebury on Thursday, June 4th. I looked at some of the ways I’ve used technology in four classes: WRPR 0202 Writing to Heal (15) (digital media projects) FYSE 1144 Jane Austen and Film (15) (digital media projects, on-line discussions before and […]

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Time

One of the wonderful things about working at Middlebury College is that every three Januarys, I have a month off from teaching. Don’t get me wrong. I love teaching, and my students bring me great joy, but a bit of time away from the classroom means time for longer projects, time to indulge in a […]

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If you attended my session at the CCCC in NYC this March, you might like to see more about the assignments for my course. Discussions and papers will not be open to you, but you can check out my syllabus and assignments. Here is the Movable Type Blog I used to communicate extra information to […]

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Our CCCC Presentation: Healing and Transgression: Exploding Identity Genres Session: B.25 on Mar 22, 2007 from 12:15 PM to 1:30 PM Cluster: 109) Creative Writing Type: Concurrent Session (3 or more presenters) Interest Emphasis: race/ethnicity Level Emphasis: 4-year “Writing to Heal,” “Voices Along the Way,” “ The Art of the Personal,” and “Writing Across Differences”—these […]

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It may seem completely contradictory that I threw the doors of my class open on workshop day to 30 high school students and two of their teachers.

I did not plan on opening my very private class in this way, but circumstances often lead us down unimagined paths.

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