Students Speak – You CAN Take It With You! by Jen Richrath, Illinois Central College At the end of a writing course, I often strive to remind students that all the work they did is not only applicable within a composition classroom. I ask them this question: “What is at least one thing you learned […]
Archives for October 2015
Students Speak — You CAN Take It With You!
Conference Reflection — A Review of “Thank You Pragmatism: How Pragmatic Theory Validates Personal Narrative as Art”
A Review of “Thank You Pragmatism: How Pragmatic Theory Validates Personal Narrative as Art” by Brian Harrell, University of Akron During the 2014 TYCA Conference in Grand Rapids, a number of presentations provided attendees with the opportunity to ponder their own classroom theories. One of those presentations was Heidi Thoenen and Sara Ehret’s session entitled, “Thank […]
Conference Reflection–Through the Eyes of an Interloper
Through the Eyes of an Interloper by Sukanya Kemp, University of Akron It all started innocently enough. I had invited my colleague Michelle Byrne to an economics conference and here she was bearing an invitation to TYCA, the Two Year College Teachers of English Association. As the days to the conference grew closer, the butterflies […]