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Please browse the site to discover the sections we have available as well as examples of already submitted material. All sections are now accepting submissions.
- Campus and Community
- Writing Centers
- Theory to Practice: Classroom Strategies
- Professional Learning
- Taking Over the Podium: Student Perspectives
- The 360
- One Good Thought
- From the Freeway: Adjunct Views
- For details on submitting poetry or flash fiction, see:
Wondering what we’re interested in? Creative voices in English education! If you’d like some suggestions, consider these questions or let them stimulate other topics about which you can write:
- What is the tenure review process like?
- How do part-time teacher navigate full-time hiring?
- How can we improve Student Learning Outcomes?
- In what ways can English departments improve curriculum development?
- What should a transfer-level composition course look like?
- How has the pedagogy of creative writing changed?
- What classroom management strategies have been working in the classroom lately?
- New Teachers: Share your questions and experiences.
- What’s the best way to craft a syllabus?
- How do we improve communication & competency within our departments?
- What are some uses of recent technology in the classroom?
- How do you make sure you students avoid plagiarism?