Pedagogy 12:3

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Pedagogy 12:3
Journal Issue Pages: 220 Volume 12, Number 3 Published: Fall 2012 An issue of Pedagogy


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Jennifer L. Holberg and Marcy Taylor

Editors’ Dedication: For Marshall Gregory

Colin Irvine

Taking on “Best Practices”: A Novel Response to Managerialism in Higher Education

Alison J. Friedow, Erin E. Blankenship, Jennifer L. Green, and Walter W. Stroup

Learning Interdisciplinary Pedagogies

Joanne T. Diaz

The Digital Archive as a Tool for Close Reading in the Undergraduate Literature Course

Heidi Estrem and E. Shelley Reid

What New Writing Teachers Talk about When They Talk about Teaching

Adrienne P. Lamberti and Anne R. Richards

Gaming/Writing and Evolving Forms of Rhetorical Awareness: Potentials of Interactive Digital Media for Democratic Classrooms

Laura L. Aull

Students Creating Canons: Rethinking What (and Who) Constitutes the Canon

James J. Brown Jr., Andrew Engel, Whitney Hardin, Donora Hillard, Jason Kahler, Michael McGinnis, Derek Risse, and Conor Shaw-Draves

Interfaces and Infrastructures: Examining New Media Objects in the English Studies Classroom

Ashlie K. Sponenberg

Introduction: Meeting Students Where They Are

Ashlie K. Sponenberg

Course Theme and Ideology in the Freshman Writing Classroom

Daniel R. Mangiavellano

First Encounters with Pride and Prejudice in the Composition Classroom

Catherine Gubernatis Dannen

Sports and the Life of the Mind: Sports Media in the Freshman Composition Classroom

Ryan K. McBride

Quintilian in New Orleans: Post-Katrina Service-Learning in an Advanced Writing Course

Donald C. Jones

A Textbook Argument: The Success of Thank You for Arguing and Its Pedagogical Implications

Larry M. Lake

Integrating Writing, Thinking, and Learning: A New Edition of a Faculty Development Treasure

Sheri Rysdam

Class Considerations: An Exploration of Literacy, Social Class, and Family

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