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28 minutes | 2 days ago
Episode 74: Jesse Stommel
In this episode, Jesse Stommel talks about the purpose of first-year writing, ungrading, technologies, fostering collaboration and engagement, and the future of higher education.
23 minutes | 9 days ago
Episode 73: Megan McIntyre
In this episode, Megan McIntyre talks about writing program administration (WPA), antiracist pedagogies and practices, supporting linguistically diverse students, digital rhetorics and activism, and making WPA labor more visible.
17 minutes | 16 days ago
Episode 72: Elisabeth Kinsey
In this episode, Elisabeth Kinsey talks about online pedagogy, increasing student engagement, adult learners, and taking a creative writing approach to teaching composition.
31 minutes | 23 days ago
Episode 71: Khirsten L. Scott
In this episode, Khirsten L. Scott talks about Black feminist epistemologies and pedagogies, hip hop and African American rhetorical traditions, multimodality, and Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
8 minutes | 24 days ago
Pedagogue Bonus: How Do We Read and Teach Policy? (w/Genevieve García de Müeller)
In this bonus episode, Genevieve García de Müeller talks about reading and teaching policy.
19 minutes | a month ago
Episode 70: Brice Nakamura
In this episode, Brice Nakamura talks about teaching in a two-year college and Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) in central California, placement, transfer, student success, collaborative classroom practices, and online teaching.
32 minutes | a month ago
Episode 69: Sherry Rankins-Robertson
In this episode, Sherry Rankins-Robertson talks about online pedagogy, mentoring, writing program administration, self-care, and prison writing.
25 minutes | a month ago
Episode 68: Kim Fahle Peck
In this episode, Kim Fahle Peck talks about teaching online, strategies for overcoming challenges to synchronous teaching, HyFlex models, redefining community in online teaching, and multimodal writing center practices.
9 minutes | 2 months ago
Pedagogue Bonus: DBLAC (w/Khirsten L. Scott)
In this bonus episode, Khirsten L. Scott talks about Digital Black Lit and Composition (DBLAC), an online and in-person network of Black-identified graduate students and advanced undergraduate students in fields related to the study of language.
20 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 67: Kevin Brock
In this episode, Kevin Brock talks about teaching and preparing graduate students to teach technical writing, digital rhetorics, and how understanding the construction of software coding impacts teaching writing.
20 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 66: Stephanie Wade
In this episode, Stephanie Wade talks about ecological approaches to teaching writing, garden writing and food justice, community-engaged work, and opportunities and challenges teaching at a private liberal arts college in Maine.
47 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 65: Edward M. White
In this episode, Edward M. White talks about how he got interested in writing assessment, holistic scoring, validity and reliability, portfolios, current trends in writing assessment research, and the state of English departments and writing programs.
21 minutes | 2 months ago
Episode 64: Beck Wise
In this episode, Beck Wise talks about teaching technical and professional communication at the University of Queensland in Australia, feminist and critical pedagogies, medical rhetoric, and cross-disciplinary collaborations.
24 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 63: Susan Naomi Bernstein
In this episode, Susan Naomi Bernstein talks about the history of basic writing programs, challenges and advantages of basic writing, educational justice, and future directions for basic writing studies.
22 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 62: Ginny Crisco
In this episode, Ginny Crisco talks about culturally sustaining pedagogies, practices that help foster student success, universal design for learning, and directed self-placement.
19 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 61: Paul Kei Matsuda
In this episode, Paul Kei Matsuda talks about second language writing programs and classes, resources for teaching second language writers, and the future of second language writing theory and practice.
28 minutes | 3 months ago
Episode 60: Alexandria Lockett
In this episode, Alexandria Lockett talks about Spelman College, a private liberal arts Historically Black College and University (HBCU) for women, the racial, gendered, and technological politics of digital labor, and how HBCUs are situated in rhetoric and composition.
28 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 59: Alisa Russell
In this episode, Alisa Russell talks about Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC), how WAC programs contribute to institutions, her research in rhetorical genre studies, and the politics of academic language.
18 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 58: Steven J. Corbett
In this episode, Steven J. Corbett talks about teaching at Texas A&M University, Kingsville, peer review and establishing a student-centered writing classroom, and how Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) can better serve their students.
24 minutes | 4 months ago
Episode 57: Todd Ruecker
In this episode, Todd Ruecker talks about second language writing programs and classes, meeting the linguistic needs of students, and supporting second language writers.
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