Lisa R. Arnold, writing in the Spring issue of Composition Studies, discusses her exchanges with faculty at the American University of Beirut during a two-semester seminar on rhetoric and composition theory as it has been developed in North America for monolingual audiences. In particular, she details the responses of faculty teaching in Lebanon to the theory of “translingualism” as proposed by Bruce Horner, Min-Zhan Lu, Jacqueline Jones Royster, and John Trimbur.
Category: Teacher development
AT COLLEGE COMPOSITION WEEKLY: Obermark et al., Professional Development for Teaching Assistants
Lauren Obermark, Elizabeth Brewer, and Kay Halasek, in the WPA Journal, present a model for moving TA development beyond “one and done.”