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Kim Haimes-Korn is a Professor of English and Digital Writing at Kennesaw State University. She also trains graduate student teachers in composition t...
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Confusing and Messy: A Brief Return to Zoom Teaching and What Happened NextNeurodivergent TeachingBefore pivoting back to a "snow day" spent teaching ...
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Sensitive Witnesses is the thought-provoking name of a new book by Kristin M. Girten—with the subtitle Feminist Materialism in the British Enlightenme...
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This week, I was reminded in two different classes that what I say (or what I think I say) and what students hear may be quite different. Sometimes, s...
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I’ve been thinking a lot recently about the longitudinal study I conducted at the turn of this century, one in which I followed a cohort of Stanford s...
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