Using Ethics as a Tool for Composition Instructor (Re)Training
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Arts and Humanities
In their attempts to help college instructors to become more thoughtful teachers, education specialists Stephen D. Brookfield (1995), L. Dee Fink (2003), and Laurie Richlin (2006) all recommend that teachers reflect on who they are when designing a course. This critical self-reflection that they call for should be an important part of any composition instructors course preparation, yet in my experience few of us do so.
Council of Writing Program Administrators Conference
Hulst, Craig, "Using Ethics as a Tool for Composition Instructor (Re)Training" (2014). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. 887.
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