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CONNECTING: Christy Wenger, Risks and Rewards of Purposeful Vulnerability - Christina Martorana, Embracing Vulnerability in Teaching - Jacquelyn E. Hoerman-Elliott, Writing as a Sea of Oms: A "This I Believe" Essay for Contemplative Writing ...

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Volume 22 - Winter 2016-2017 THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language. It contributes to a sense of community in which scholars and educators from preschool through the university exchange points of view and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning. JAEPL is especially interested in helping those teachers who experiment with new strategies for learning to share their practices and confirm their validity through publication in professional journals. CONTENTS OF VOLUME 22: Editors' Message ESSAYS: SPECIAL SECTION: DEEP READING STRATEGIES Jane Thompkins, Deep Reading Vajra Watson, Life as Primary Text: English Classrooms as Sites for Soulful Learning Trisha Ulmer, Using Pre-reading Strategies to Provide Historical Context in a Literature Course Grace Wetzel, 'The Most Peaceful I Ever Felt Writing' A Contemplative Approach to Essay Revision TEACHING AND LEARNING: Kate Chaterdon, Contemplative Neuroscience and the Teaching of Writing: Mindfulness as Mental Training Ondine Gage, Resisting a Restrictive Discourse Policy Michael Rifenburg, The Performance of Literate Practices: Rhetoric, Writing, and Stand-up Comedy Rosanne Carlo, Getting Centered: A Meditation on Creating Pottery and Teaching Writing Robbie Pinter, The Transformative Practice of Writing and Teaching Writing OUT OF THE BOX: Pamela B. Childers, Rattling Cages BOOK REVIEWS: Julie Nichols, Threshold Concepts, review of Brad E. Lucas, et al., Adler-Kassner, Linda, and Elizabeth Wardle, eds. Naming What We Know: Threshold Concepts of Writing Studies. Logan: Utah State University Press, 2015. Maureen Hall, review of Waxler, Robert P. The Risk of Reading: How Literature Helps Us to Understand Ourselves and the World. New York: Bloomsbury, 2014. Gae Lyn Henderson, review of Goodson, Ivor, and Scherto Gill. Critical Narrative as Pedagogy. New York: Bloomsbury, 2014. CONNECTING: Christy Wenger, Risks and Rewards of Purposeful Vulnerability Christina Martorana, Embracing Vulnerability in Teaching Jacquelyn E. Hoerman-Elliott, Writing as a Sea of Oms: A "This I Believe" Essay for Contemplative Writing in First-Year Composition Beth Godbee and Adrianne Wojcik, Decoding Each Other through Coding: Sharing Our Unlikely Research Collaboration Laurence Musgrove, Dress Up, Tree CONTRIBUTORS' BIOS

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Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P., 2009 Walter L. Reed, Gregory, Marshall. Teaching Excellence in Higher Education, ed. Melissa Valiska Gregory. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 Jeffrey H. Taylor, Musgrove, Laurence. Local Bird.

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JAEPL Volume 21 Winter 2015-2016 THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language. It contributes to a sense of community in which scholars and educators from preschool through the university exchange points of view and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning. JAEPL is especially interested in helping those teachers who experiment with new strategies for learning to share their practices and confirm their validity through publication in professional journals. CONTENTS OF VOLUME 21: SPECIAL SECTION: RHETORIC AND ETHIC: Reconsidering Virtue, John M. Duffy Why Rhetoric and Ethics? Revisiting History/Revising Pedagogy, Lois Agnew Being There: Mindfulness as Ethical Classroom Practice, Paula Mathieu Composition as a Spiritual Discipline, Scott Wagar Buddhism's Pedagogical Contribution to Mindfulness, Erec Smith 'Alas, Not Yours to Have': Problems with Audience in High-Stakes Writing Tests and the Promise of Felt Sense, Peter H. Khost TEACHING AND LEARNING: Introducing Feedforward: Renaming and Reframing Our Repertoire for Written Response, Sheri Rysdam and Lisa Johnson-Shull Autoethnography and Assimilation: Composition and Border Stories, Mark Noe 'When Do I Cross the Street?' Roberta's Guilty Reflection, Irene A. Lietz Toward a Poetics and Pedagogy of Sound: Students as Production Engineers in the Literature Classroom, Karen Lee Osborne Out of the Box: My Mom's Letter, Robert M. Randolph BOOK REVIEWS: Julie Nichols, Reading Ethically Peter Fields, Gregory Marshall. Shaped by Stories: The Ethical Power of Narratives. Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P., 2009 Walter L. Reed, Gregory, Marshall. Teaching Excellence in Higher Education, ed. Melissa Valiska Gregory. NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013 Jeffrey H. Taylor, Musgrove, Laurence. Local Bird. Beaumont, TX: Lamar U Press, 2015 Warren Hatch, Lynch, Tom, Cheryll Glotfelty, Karla Armbruster. The Bioregional Imagination-Literature, Ecology, and Place. Athens, GA: U of GA Press, 2012 CONNECTING: Helen Walker, More Apt, Connected Title Sheryl Lain, Hey, Teach! Do You Love Me? Matthew B. Ittig, Ask Me Tomorrow Laurence Musgrove, Writing Program Julie O'Connell, The Power of a Slave Narrative Leslie A. Werden, Embracing Chaos Donna Souder-Hodge, Teaching Dachau Tanya R. Cochran, Rasha Diab, Thomas Ferrel, & Beth Godbee, Hanging Out: Cultivating Life-Giving Writing Groups Online"

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JAEPL provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language.

Author: Peter Khost

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ISBN: 1643170856

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JAEPL provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language.

English Journal

Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning ( JAEPL )
Dedicated to teaching and learning beyond traditional disciplines and interests ,
JAEPL invites submissions for its 11th annual issue . We solicit theory - grounded
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Calls for Papers and Announcements Journalofthe AssemblyforExpanded
Perspectiveson Learning ( JAEPL ) solicits submissions for its sixth annual
edition . Dedicated to teaching and learning beyond traditional disciplines and
interests ...

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Tyranny of the Textbook. Julie Nichols reviews FitzGerald, William. Spiritual Modalities: Prayer as Rhetoric and Performance Edward Sullivan reviews Quesada, Donna.

Author: Joona Smitherman Trapp

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ISBN: 1602355746

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JAEPL Volume 19 Winter 2013-2014 THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language. It contributes to a sense of community in which scholars and educators from pre-school through the university exchange points of view and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning. JAEPL is especially interested in helping those teachers who experiment with new strategies for learning to share their practices and confirm their validity through publication in professional journals. CONTENTS OF VOLUME 19: AEPL Keynote: "Using Careless Speech for Careful, Well-Crafted Writing-Whatever Its Style" by Peter Elbow "Sheep in Wolves' Clothing: How Composition's Social Construction Reinstates Expressivist Solipsism" by Keith Rhodes and Monica McFawn Robinson "The Journey Metaphor's Entailments for Framing Learning" by Bradley Smith "A Teacher's Terminal Illness in the Secondary Classroom" by Sarah Hochstetler "It's (Not) Just a Figure of Speech: Recuing Metaphor" by Anna O. Soter "The Power of the Poetic Lens: Why Teachers Need to Read Poems Together" by Amy L. Eva, Carrie A. Bemis, Marie F. Quist, and Bill Hollands "Stillness in the Composition Classroom: Insight, Incubation, Improvisation, Flow, and Meditation" by Ryan Crawford and Andreas Willhoff "Fear Not the Trunchbull: How Teaching from a Humorous Outlook Supports Transformative Learning" by Kathleen Cassity "Thoughts on Teaching as a Practice of Love" by Sharon Marshall "Out of the Box: Teaching and Learning in Other Ways" by Ilene Dawn Alexander BOOK REVIEWS: Judy Halden-Sullivan, "Making the Familiar Unfamiliar" Karen Walker reviews Ritchhart, Ron, Mark Church, and Karin Morrison, Making Thinking Visible Timothy Shea reviews Jobrack, Beverlee. Tyranny of the Textbook. Julie Nichols reviews FitzGerald, William. Spiritual Modalities: Prayer as Rhetoric and Performance Edward Sullivan reviews Quesada, Donna. The Buddha in the Classroom: Zen Wisdom to Inspire Teachers CONNECTING: Helen Walker, "Gratitude" Bob Randolph, "Poetry Teacher's Prayer" Leigh Ann Chow, "What Teachers Carry" Andrea Saylor, "A Brief History of Holy Writing" Jill Moyer Sunday, "For My Students" Kattie Hogan and Matt Ittig, "Lines on the Body: Confronting Personal Experiences through Poetry" John Patrick Cleary, "New Teacher" CONTRIBUTORS' BIOS

JAEPL 25 2020

- CONTENTS OF VOLUME 25: The Inventive Work of the Christian Mind, Jeff Ringer - Contemplative WAC: Testing a Mindfulness-Based Reflective Writing Assignment, Jared Featherstone - STEMM-Humanities Co-Teaching and the Humusities Turn, Hella ...

Author: Peter H. Khost

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ISBN: 1643172050

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Volume 25 - 2020 - THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language. It contributes to a sense of community in which scholars and educators from preschool through the university exchange points of view and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning. JAEPL is especially interested in helping those teachers who experiment with new strategies for learning to share their practices and confirm their validity through publication in professional journals. - CONTENTS OF VOLUME 25: The Inventive Work of the Christian Mind, Jeff Ringer - Contemplative WAC: Testing a Mindfulness-Based Reflective Writing Assignment, Jared Featherstone - STEMM-Humanities Co-Teaching and the Humusities Turn, Hella Bloom Cohen - Seeing Writing Whole: The Revolution We Really Need, Keith Rhodes - SPECIAL SECTION: THE TOIL OF FEELING: EDUCATION AS EMOTIONAL LABOR: Teaching at the End of Empire, Wendy Ryden - FYC Students' Emotional Labor in the Feedback Cycle, Kelly Blewett - "So, that's sort of wonderful" The Ideology of Commitment and the Labor of Contingency, Sarah V. Seeley - Complaint as 'Sticky Data' for the Woman WPA: The Intellectual Work of a WPA's Emotional and Embodied Labor, Anna Sicari - Invictus: Race and Emotional Labor of Faculty of Color at the Urban Community College, Kerri-Ann M. Smith, Kathleen Alves, Irvin Weathersby, Jr., and John D. Yi - Rhetoric and Emotion Save Science: Lessons from Student Eco-Activists, Jesse Priest - The Good Enough Teacher, Natalie Davey - REVIEWS: Varieties of Solace, Irene Papoulis - Bradley, Burt. After Following: Poems reviewed by Nate Mickelson - Khost, Peter H. Rhetor Response: A Theory and Practice of Literary Affordance reviewed by Paul Puccio - Restaino, Jessica. Surrender: Feminist Rhetoric and Ethics in Love and Illness reviewed by Erin Frymire - Mailhot, Terese Marie. Heart Berries: A Memoir reviewed by Tracy Lassiter - CONNECTING: On "Showing Up" in Teaching, Tutoring, and Writing: A Search for Humanity by Christy I. Wenger - Sylvia Wynter Over Tea by Nicole Wilson, Angela Montez, and Sara Yiseul Chung - The Versatility of a Rhetoric and Composition Degree: Tales from Former Postdocs Outside the Field by Christina M. LaVecchia and Cristina D. Ramírez - Writing Center Reflections: The Impact of Tutor to Tutor Teaching by Patricia Pytleski - Contributors to JAEPL, Vol. 25 - Announcement

Writing as a Way of Staying Human in a Time that Isn t

... presentations are forthcoming in issue 23 of the Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (JAEPL) at trace.tennessee.edu/jaepl/. 2.

Author: Nate Mickelson

Publisher: Vernon Press

ISBN: 9781622735501

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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The human element of our work has never been more important. As Robert Yagelski explains in Writing as a Way of Being (2011), the ideological and social pressures of our institutions put us under increasing pressure to sacrifice our humanity in the interest of efficiency. These problems only grow when we artificially separate self/world and mind/body in our teaching and everyday experiences. Following Yagelski and others, Writing as a Way of Staying Human in a Time that Isn't proposes that intentional acts of writing can awaken us to our interconnectedness and to ways in which we—as individuals and in writing communities—might address the social and environmental challenges of our present and future world. Featuring essays drawn from a range of contexts, including college composition and developmental reading and writing, professional and legal writing, middle school English, dissertation projects, academic conferences, and an online writing group, the collection outlines three ways writing can help us stay human: caring for ourselves and others; honoring the times and spaces of writing; and promoting justice. Each essay describes specific strategies for using writing as a means for staying human in inhuman times. The authors integrate personal stories, descriptions of classroom assignments and activities, and current research in writing studies. Their work shows that writing can contribute to personal, social, and political transformation by nurturing vulnerability, compassion, and empathy among students and instructors alike.

Journal of Developmental Education

31 , 2006 – Call for papers for the Journal of the Assembly for Expanded
Perspectives on Learning ( JAEPL ) . For inquiries , contact Kristie S.
Fleckenstein , JAEPL Co - Editor , English Department , Ball State University ,
Muncie , IN 47306 ...

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JAEPL Volume 20 Winter 2014-2015 THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language.

Author: Brad Peters

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ISBN: 1602356998

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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JAEPL Volume 20 Winter 2014-2015 THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language. It contributes to a sense of community in which scholars and educators from pre-school through the university exchange points of view and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning. JAEPL is especially interested in helping those teachers who experiment with new strategies for learning to share their practices and confirm their validity through publication in professional journals. CONTENTS OF VOLUME 20: Libby Falk Jones, "Paisesong: One (Worn) Path through AEPL" Alice Brand, "Twenty Years: Reflections and Questions" Tom Gage, "Hitchhiking the Labyrinth" Susan Schiller, "The Dance of Spirit in AEPL" Kristy Fleckenstein, "Stepping Beyond, In, and With JAEPL: Twenty Years of Hope" Paul Heilker"Coming to Nonviolence" Beth Daniell, "To the Contrary" John Creger, "The Personal Creed Project: Portal to Deepened Learning" Jessica Jones, "'Put Your Ear Close to the Whispering Branch...': Deep Listening in the English Classroom" OUT OF THE BOX: Laurence Musgrove & Myra Musgrove, "Drawing Is Learning" BOOK REVIEWS: Judy Halden-Sullivan, "Embracing the 'Beginner's Mind'" Elizabeth French reviews "Richardson, Scott. eleMENtary School-(Hyper) Masculinity in a Feminized Context Brad Lucas reviews Ryden, Wendy and Ian Marshall. Reading, Writing, and the Rhetorics of Whiteness Candace Walworth reviews Kroll, Barry. The Open Hand: Arguing as an Art of Peace Caleb Corkery reviews Conway, Jeremiah. The Alchemy of Teaching: The Transformation of Lives CONNECTING: Helen Walker, "Widening Circles" Wanda Njoya"Miracles Happen" Ann Wachira, "Using a Model" David Bedsole, "To the Dog Next Door Who Barks All Day" W. Keith Duffy, "Aisle Four: Ice Cream, TV Dinners, Humility" Contributors' Bios"

The Art of Noticing Deeply

AEPL supports and promotes scholarship through its publication JAEPL (Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning). JAEPL provides a forum ...

Author: Jan Buley

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

ISBN: 9781443858441

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The theme of deeply noticing the world of teaching and learning around us unifies the collected commentaries celebrated in this book. The contributing storytellers, teachers, researchers, poets, photographers, writers, mentors, and guides are integral to sustaining ‘the art of noticing deeply’ to foster wide-awakeness (as Maxine Greene termed it years ago), and engagement in teaching and learning settings and beyond. Such settings might be a forest, a global village, a virtual place, or a classroom. They may be places where skills of collaboration, social justice, problem-solving, critical thinking, ethical practice and lifelong learning are highlighted and celebrated. Together, the authors here explore the spaces where we teach and learn, spaces where we explore and interact, and the spaces where we pause and wonder. This book offers insight into ways in which the arts intersect teachers’ creative beings, and nudges the reader to think about refreshing and renewing what they ‘thought they knew’ about teaching and learning.

Changing the Subject

JAEPL 11 (Winter 2005/2006): 64–75. Peng, Kaiping, and Richard E. Nisbett. “Culture, Dialectics, and Reasoning about Contradiction.

Author: Lisa Blankenship

Publisher: University Press of Colorado

ISBN: 9781607329107

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Changing the Subject explores ways of engaging across difference. In this first book-length study of the concept of empathy from a rhetorical perspective, Lisa Blankenship frames the classical concept of pathos in new ways and makes a case for rhetorical empathy as a means of ethical rhetorical engagement. The book considers how empathy can be a deliberate, conscious choice to try to understand others through deep listening and how language and other symbol systems play a role in this process that is both cognitive and affective. Departing from agonistic win-or-lose rhetoric in the classical Greek tradition that has so strongly influenced Western thinking, Blankenship proposes that we ourselves are changed (“changing the subject” or the self) when we focus on trying to understand rather than simply changing an Other. This work is informed by her experiences growing up in the conservative South and now working as a professor in New York City, as well as the stories and examples of three people working across profound social, political, class, and gender differences: Jane Addams’s activist work on behalf of immigrants and domestic workers in Gilded Age Chicago; the social media advocacy of Brazilian rap star and former maid Joyce Fernandes for domestic worker labor reform; and the online activist work of Justin Lee, a queer Christian who advocates for greater understanding and inclusion of LGBTQ+ people in conservative Christian churches. A much-needed book in the current political climate, Changing the Subject charts new theoretical ground and proposes ways of integrating principles of rhetorical empathy in our everyday lives to help fight the temptations of despair and disengagement. The book will appeal to students, scholars, and teachers of rhetoric and composition as well as people outside the academy in search of new ways of engaging across differences.

Embodied Literacies

JAEPL: Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning 7 (2001–2002): 1–10. Dyson, Anne Haas. “Coach Bombay's Kids Learn to Write: Children's ...

Author: Kristie S. Fleckenstein

Publisher: SIU Press

ISBN: 9780809325269

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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Embodied Literacies: Imageword and a Poetics of Teaching is a response to calls to enlarge the purview of literacy to include imagery in its many modalities and various facets. Kristie S. Fleckenstein asserts that all meaning, linguistic or otherwise, is a result of the transaction between image and word. She implements the concept of imageword—a mutually constitutive fusion of image and word—to reassess language arts education and promote a double vision of reading and writing. Utilizing an accessible fourfold structure, she then applies the concept to the classroom, reconfiguring what teachers do when they teach, how they teach, what they teach with, and how they teach ethically. Fleckenstein does not discount the importance of text in the quest for literacy. Instead, she places the language arts classroom and teacher at the juncture of image and word to examine the ways imagery enables and disables the teaching of and the act of reading and writing. Learning results from the double play of language and image, she argues. Helping teachers and students dissolve the boundaries between text and image, the volume outlines how to see reading and writing as something more than words and language and to disestablish our definitions of literacy as wholly linguistic. Embodied Literacies: Imageword and a Poetics of Teaching comes at a critical time in our cultural history. Echoing the opinion that postmodernity is a product of imagery rather than textuality, Fleckenstein argues that we must evolve new literacies when we live in a culture saturated by images on computer screens, televisions, even billboards. Decisively and clearly, she demonstrates the importance of incorporating imagery—which is inextricably linked to our psychological, social, and textual lives—into our epistemologies and literacy teaching.

Language and Image in the Reading Writing Classroom

In English studies, JAEPL: the Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning, often has articles about imagery; AEPL is an NCTE affiliate, ...

Author: Kristie S. Fleckenstein

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135644864

Category: Education

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This volume offers concrete answers to the question of how we can use imagery to enrich the teaching of reading and writing. The chapters are organized according to two guiding principles. First, each addresses specific aspects of the inextricable integration of imagery and language in the teaching of reading and writing. Imagery is not privileged over language; the fusion of the two is emphasized. Second, each focuses on a particular kind of imagery--mental, graphic, or verbal--describing teaching/learning strategies based on the deployment of that kind of imagery in the classroom. There is currently a renewed acknowledgment of the importance of imagery in meaning. The rapid spread of the World Wide Web, computer interfacing, and virtual reality further highlights the need to attend to the influence of imagery in a networked world. In response to these shifts in scholarly and cultural perspectives, NCTE has established a committee on visual literacy, and an emphasis on visual literacy has been incorporated into the IRA/NCTE Standards for the English Language Arts. This book contributes significantly toward filling the need for explicit and specific theory-based methods teachers can use to integrate imagery into their pedagogy. Accessible and lively chapters include classroom activities and student-generated examples. Language and Image in the Reading-Writing Classroom is an excellent text for preservice and in-service pedagogy courses and an important resource for practicing teachers, researchers, and professionals in the field.

Mapping Christian Rhetorics

... believing games and the responses his ideas engendered in a special issue of the Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning (JAEPL).

Author: Michael-John DePalma

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317670834

Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

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The continued importance of Christian rhetorics in political, social, pedagogical, and civic affairs suggests that such rhetorics not only belong on the map of rhetorical studies, but are indeed essential to the geography of rhetorical studies in the twenty-first century. This collection argues that concerning ourselves with religious rhetorics in general and Christian rhetorics in particular tells us something about rhetoric itself—its boundaries, its characteristics, its functionings. In assembling original research on the intersections of rhetoric and Christianity from prominent and emerging scholars, Mapping Christian Rhetorics seeks to locate religion more centrally within the geography of rhetorical studies in the twenty-first century. It does so by acknowledging work on Christian rhetorics that has been overlooked or ignored; connecting domains of knowledge and research areas pertaining to Christian rhetorics that may remain disconnected or under connected; and charting new avenues of inquiry about Christian rhetorics that might invigorate theory-building, teaching, research, and civic engagement. In dividing the terrain of Christian rhetorics into four categories—theory, education, methodology, and civic engagement—Mapping Christian Rhetorics aims to foster connections among these areas of inquiry and spur future future collaboration between scholars of religious rhetoric in a range of research areas.

Ways of Seeing Ways of Speaking

In addition to publishing and presenting in rhetoric and composition studies, she enjoys co-editing JAEPL: The Journal ofthe Assembly for Expanded ...

Author: Kristie S. Fleckenstein

Publisher: Parlor Press LLC

ISBN: 9781602350342

Category: Philosophy

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The essays in Ways of Seeing, Ways of Speaking: The Integration of Rhetoric and Vision in Constructing the Real explore the intersections among image, word, and visual habits in shaping realities and subjectivities.

WPA Writing Program Administration

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for Papers . We are soliciting additional essays -- to join an already promising set
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Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language.

Author: Joona Smitherman Trapp

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THE JOURNAL OF THE ASSEMBLY FOR EXPANDED PERSPECTIVES ON LEARNING, JAEPL, provides a forum to encourage research, theory, and classroom practices involving expanded concepts of language. It contributes to a sense of community in which scholars and educators from pre-school through the university exchange points of view and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning. JAEPL is especially interested in helping those teachers who experiment with new strategies for learning to share their practices and confirm their validity through publication in professional journals. CONTENTS OF VOLUME 16: "AEPL Conference Speaker: Imagination and Representation in Graphic Narratives" by Louann Reid "Transforming Text: Finding the Poem Within" by Deborah F. Carrington and Chapman Hood Frazier "Wise Teaching to Students' Kinesthetic Intelligence: The Teacher as Surrogate, Guru, Foreshadower, Choreographer, or Expeditionist" by Sara K. Schneider "Nurturing Difference: The Autistic Student in Professional Writing Programs" by Andrea Greenbaum "The Forgiveness Classroom: Bringing Together Students from Both Sides of the Walls through Deep Listening" by Ruth Henderson "Writing as an Altered State of Consciousness: Process, Pedagogy, and Spirituality" by Julie Kearney "It's Complicated: Using Facebook to Create Emotional Connections in Student-Professor Relationships" by Anthony T. Atkins "Weaving a Song of Self" by JoAnne Katzmarek "Out of the Box: Taking the Great Leap of Being" by Bruce Novak

Undergraduate Research in English Studies

She is editor of the Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on
Learning ( JAEPL ) . Trapp has published her nonfiction in New Texas and
JAEPL , and has book chapters and articles in publications such as Dialogue : A
Journal for ...

Author: Laurie Grobman

Publisher: National Council of Teachers

ISBN: UOM:39076002867799

Category: Education

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English Leadership Quarterly

... of blissful immersion in the quest for knowledge . Call for Papers Dedicated to
teaching and learning beyond traditional disciplines and interests , Journal of the
Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning ( JAEPL ) invites submissions
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