H. Bernard Hall, in the new , says Research in the Teaching of English we no longer need to ask why to use hip-hop in English classes; we need more models for how to use it well.
Rob McAlear and Mark Pedretti, writing in
, Composition Studies ask students how they decide if a paper is “done.” The answer isn’t what you think.
John Duffy, in the January
, College English explores “virtue ethics” as a possible replacement for consequentialist, deontological, and poststructuralist ethics in college writing classrooms.
Jennifer Grouling and Jackie Grutsch McKinney
investigate whether students are actually doing multimodal writing and whether they know what “multimodality” means! , in press. Computers and Composition
Suzanne Choo argues that
literature can counter the pressures of “strategic cosmopolitanism,” in which education is just an economic investment and not a means of fostering ethical relationships. May Research in the Teaching of English.
Writing in the May , Vivian Yenika-Agbaw Research in the Teaching of English analyzes textbooks used to teach English in her home country, Cameroon, during the colonial, postindependence, postcolonial, and globalization periods. She is particularly interested in how textbooks construct citizenship in an emerging nation. In the Feb. 2016 , Amy Stornaiuolo and Robert Jean LeBlanc introduce the concept of Research in the Teaching of English scalar analysis as a heuristic for investigating how literacy practices circulate and change in value across a stratified global universe. Timothy J. San Pedro disputes stereotypes of Native American students as unresponsive. From the November 2015 Research in the Teaching of English.
Walters encourages writing teachers to value insights from the students themselves as they encounter college writing. Share your experiences!