WPA 35.2 (Spring 2012)
Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 35.2 (Spring 2012)
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Pausing in the Whirlwind: A Campus Place-Based Curriculum in a Multimodal Foundation Communication Course
Barbara J. Blakely and Susan B. Pagnac
Writing Placement That Supports Teaching and Learning
Emily Isaacs and Catherine Keohane
Don J. Kraemer
Uncommon Conversations: How Nearly Three Decades of Paying Attention Allows One WAC/WID Program to Thrive
Martha A. Townsend, Martha D. Patton, and Jo Ann Vogt
Composition, Commonplaces, and Who Cares?
Kitchen Cooks, Plate Twirlers, and Posers; or, the I's Have It
Different Paths to the Same Goal: A Response to Barbara Cambridge
Randall McClure and Dayna V. Goldstein
Enhancing Learning and Thinking in Higher Education
Sherry Rankins-Robertson, Tiffany Bourelle, and Duane Roen
- Adler-Kassner, Linda, and Peggy O'Neill. Reframing Writing Assessment to Improve Teaching and Learning. Logan: Utah State UP, 2010. 180 pages.
- Arum, Richard, and Josipa Roksa. Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses. Chicago: U of Chicago P, 2011. 259 pages.
- Hacker, Andrew, and Claudia Dreifus. Higher Education? How Colleges are Wasting Our Money and Failing Our Kids—And What We Can Do about It. New York: Times Books, 2010. 271 pages.
- Peckham, Irvin. Going North Thinking West: The Intersections of Social Class, Critical Thinking, and Politicized Writing Instruction. Logan: Utah State UP, 2011. 180 pages.
- Scott, Tony. Dangerous Writing: Understanding the Political Economy of Composition. Logan: Utah State UP, 2009. 216 pages.
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