Currents in Teaching and Learning, V11, No1

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Type: 
Journal
Subject Fields: 
Digital Humanities, Teaching and Learning

I am pleased to announce the publication of Volume 11, Issue 1 of Currents in Teaching and Learning.  The contents of the issue are listed below, accessible at the journal’s website: https://www.worcester.edu/currents/

Questions about submissions to the journal should be addressed to the new editor, Benjamin Jee (currents@worcester.edu).

 

 

EDITORIAL “Authenticity, Dialogue, and Diversity: Paths to Transformational

Learning”

Martin Fromm

 

ESSAYS “Digital Selves: Personal Narrative Pedagogy in the Online Writing

Course”

Bethany Mannon

 

TEACHING REPORTS “Understanding Purpose(s): Connecting Students’

Metacognitive Awareness of Genre and Reading Practices”

Rachel Hall Buck

 

“An Assignment Model for Teaching Students to Write from

Sources”

Elizabeth Kleinfeld and Abby Wright

 

“The Crowdsourcing Classroom: Engagement in the Age of Boaty

McBoatface”

Brandie Bohney

 

“Crowdfunding in the Classroom”

Vanessa Ruget

 

“Educational Instruction for Group Work with Diverse Members:

Innovative Student Classroom Engagement using a Game-Based

Learning Activity”

Kirsten S. Ericksen

 

“The Threshold Concept Map: Plotting the Liminal Space of

Students’ Struggle to Learn to Write in College”

Bryna Siegel Finer, Emily Wender, Oriana Gatta, and Daniel

Weinstein

 

PROGRAM REPORTS “Better Together? Sense of Community in a Pre-Service

Teacher Cohort Model”

Kristen Ferguson and Natalya Brown

 

“Diversity and Inclusion Pedagogy: Addressing Multicultural

Teaching Competency and the Achievement Gap at a Racially

Diverse University”

Duke W. Austin, Matthew Atencio, Fanny Yeung, Julie Stein, Deepika Mathur, Sukari Ivester, and Dianne Rush Woods

 

BOOK REVIEW James M. Lang’s Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the

Science of Learning

Daniel Guberman

 

 

Contact Info: 

Benjamin Jee, new Editor of Currents 

Email: currents@worcester.edu

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