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Teaching writing today

I taught my first writing class 38 years ago. What advice would I have given myself then based on what I know now? In this episode, I begin to explore that idea, examining audience, peer response, and grading rubrics as some of the first things that come to mind.

9 MINJAN 12
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Teaching writing today

Writing Assignments Across University Disciplines:

In this episode, Roger Graves and Theresa Hyland talk about their 2017 edited volume, Writing Assignments Across University Disciplines, and the implications that research has for instructors, students, and university administrators.

16 MIN2018 DEC 11
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Writing Assignments Across University Disciplines:

Writing Assessment: A conversation with Dr. David Slomp

How can we assess the writing of our students in ways that are valid, reliable, and fair? In this 30 minute conversation with Dr. David Slomp, Associate Professor of Education at the University of Lethbridge and co-editor in chief of the journal, Assessing Writing, you'll find out how to create assessments that satisfy all three of these criteria.

27 MIN2018 NOV 30
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Writing Assessment: A conversation with Dr. David Slomp

Write like your academic career depends on it!

Writing academic articles well and quickly determines how successful you will be as an academic. This episode discusses three key features of articles: introductions, citations, and visuals.

12 MIN2018 NOV 23
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Write like your academic career depends on it!

Philosophies of Teaching Writing

In this episode I discuss some ideas that writing instructors--and any instructor who teaches their students to write better--might include in their teaching philosophy statements. Topics include positions on grammar and language accuracy; grading criteria; and feedback on writing.

9 MIN2018 NOV 8
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Philosophies of Teaching Writing

Good prompt, bad prompt: How to create good writing assignments

Writing studies research shows that the way we ask for student writing is an important factor affecting the quality of that writing. In this episode, I review how to create prompts that will get you the writing you want to read.

12 MIN2018 OCT 26
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Good prompt, bad prompt: How to create good writing assignments

Writing the Teaching Philosophy Statement

Why do you teach the way you do? A Teaching Philosophy Statement answers this questions. In this episode, Dr. Cosette Lemelin joins Roger Graves to talk about the challenges involved in writing one of these documents. We present a number of strategies for writing a great statement.

19 MIN2018 OCT 16
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Writing the Teaching Philosophy Statement

How to respond to student writing

How can you respond to student writing while protecting your time and energy? In this episode I talk about some of the basic principles of responding well and suggest strategies for ensuring students get response that they can use.

13 MIN2018 OCT 11
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How to respond to student writing

Helping Graduate Students Write Well

This episode provides ideas and advice for supervisors who work with graduate students as they write a variety of documents from research articles to dissertations.

13 MIN2018 SEP 27
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Helping Graduate Students Write Well

Reflective writing for ONCO 254 Students

This podcast talks about how to write the reflection part of the patient journey assignment for Oncology 254 students.

9 MIN2018 SEP 25
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Reflective writing for ONCO 254 Students

Latest Episodes

Teaching writing today

I taught my first writing class 38 years ago. What advice would I have given myself then based on what I know now? In this episode, I begin to explore that idea, examining audience, peer response, and grading rubrics as some of the first things that come to mind.

9 MINJAN 12
Comments
Teaching writing today

Writing Assignments Across University Disciplines:

In this episode, Roger Graves and Theresa Hyland talk about their 2017 edited volume, Writing Assignments Across University Disciplines, and the implications that research has for instructors, students, and university administrators.

16 MIN2018 DEC 11
Comments
Writing Assignments Across University Disciplines:

Writing Assessment: A conversation with Dr. David Slomp

How can we assess the writing of our students in ways that are valid, reliable, and fair? In this 30 minute conversation with Dr. David Slomp, Associate Professor of Education at the University of Lethbridge and co-editor in chief of the journal, Assessing Writing, you'll find out how to create assessments that satisfy all three of these criteria.

27 MIN2018 NOV 30
Comments
Writing Assessment: A conversation with Dr. David Slomp

Write like your academic career depends on it!

Writing academic articles well and quickly determines how successful you will be as an academic. This episode discusses three key features of articles: introductions, citations, and visuals.

12 MIN2018 NOV 23
Comments
Write like your academic career depends on it!

Philosophies of Teaching Writing

In this episode I discuss some ideas that writing instructors--and any instructor who teaches their students to write better--might include in their teaching philosophy statements. Topics include positions on grammar and language accuracy; grading criteria; and feedback on writing.

9 MIN2018 NOV 8
Comments
Philosophies of Teaching Writing

Good prompt, bad prompt: How to create good writing assignments

Writing studies research shows that the way we ask for student writing is an important factor affecting the quality of that writing. In this episode, I review how to create prompts that will get you the writing you want to read.

12 MIN2018 OCT 26
Comments
Good prompt, bad prompt: How to create good writing assignments

Writing the Teaching Philosophy Statement

Why do you teach the way you do? A Teaching Philosophy Statement answers this questions. In this episode, Dr. Cosette Lemelin joins Roger Graves to talk about the challenges involved in writing one of these documents. We present a number of strategies for writing a great statement.

19 MIN2018 OCT 16
Comments
Writing the Teaching Philosophy Statement

How to respond to student writing

How can you respond to student writing while protecting your time and energy? In this episode I talk about some of the basic principles of responding well and suggest strategies for ensuring students get response that they can use.

13 MIN2018 OCT 11
Comments
How to respond to student writing

Helping Graduate Students Write Well

This episode provides ideas and advice for supervisors who work with graduate students as they write a variety of documents from research articles to dissertations.

13 MIN2018 SEP 27
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Helping Graduate Students Write Well

Reflective writing for ONCO 254 Students

This podcast talks about how to write the reflection part of the patient journey assignment for Oncology 254 students.

9 MIN2018 SEP 25
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Reflective writing for ONCO 254 Students
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