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Bedford @ CCCC: Thought Leaders: What we’ve Learned, Why it Matters

Bedford @ CCCC: Thought Leaders: What we’ve Learned, Why it Matters

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Listen to our authors explore topics in teaching, including responding to their writing, evaluating sources, and how to form arguments. Browse our sessions and watch them here: 

Mike Palmquist, Author of  The Bedford Researcher, In Conversation, & Joining the ConversationMike Palmquist, Author of The Bedford Researcher, In Conversation, & Joining the Conversation

 

 

Helping Students Assess and Evaluate Sources: Strategies for Addressing Misinformation and Disinformation
Presenter(s): Mike Palmquist

Andrea Lunsford, Author of The Everyday Writer, The St. Martin's Hnadbook, EasyWriter, Everything's an Argument, and more.Andrea Lunsford, Author of The Everyday Writer, The St. Martin's Hnadbook, EasyWriter, Everything's an Argument, and more.

Moving Beyond Standard English
Presenter(s): Andrea Lunsford

John Schilb and John Clifford, Authors of Arguing about Literature & Making Literature Matter.John Schilb and John Clifford, Authors of Arguing about Literature & Making Literature Matter.

Using Literature to Teach Argument
Presenter(s): John Schilb & John Clifford

Nancy Sommers, author of A Writer's Reference, The Bedford Handbook, A Pocket Style Manual, and Rules for Writers.Nancy Sommers, author of A Writer's Reference, The Bedford Handbook, A Pocket Style Manual, and Rules for Writers. Responding to Student Writing Online
Presenter(s): Nancy Sommers

Stuart Greene and April Lindinsky, authors of From Inquiry to Academic Writing,Stuart Greene and April Lindinsky, authors of From Inquiry to Academic Writing,

Listening for Pluralism in Political Conversations
Presenter(s): Stuart Greene and April Lidinsky

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