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Deanna Mascle
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I'm interested in writing pedagogy, agency and efficacy, and teaching with technology -- as a rhetorician and researcher as well as writer, teacher of writers, and teacher of writing teachers
I'm interested in writing pedagogy, agency and efficacy, and teaching with technology -- as a rhetorician and researcher as well as writer, teacher of writers, and teacher of writing teachers

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Maybe you are not willing to call the way we teach writing and train teachers (or not) to teach writing education malpractice, but you must agree that we have not lived up to the call to “First, do no harm.”
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First, Do No Harm - Metawriting
First, Do No Harm - Metawriting
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I ask all educators: what are you doing to help us create more writers?

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“What do you think about my classes’ exploration of the intersections between games and learning? ”
Begin Play - Metawriting
Begin Play - Metawriting
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"name/s" by Andrea Abi-Karam
"name/s" by Andrea Abi-Karam
"name/s" by Andrea Abi-Karam
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What do you think? Do you agree that K-16 writing instruction in America is education malpractice?
https://goo.gl/XxYgNw
First, Do No Harm - Metawriting
First, Do No Harm - Metawriting
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Learn From Nancy Pelosi How To Handle A Gaslighter In Your Workplace
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Does Texting Spell the Death of Students’ Grammar? – NWP Write Now
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"Half Girl, Then Elegy" by Omotara James
"Half Girl, Then Elegy" by Omotara James
"Half Girl, Then Elegy" by Omotara James
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Last week I used Google docs to help my students explore the questions "what are games" and "why do we play games" and I love opening the documents to see all the edits and comments. Does this make me a teacher nerd? My next goal is to encourage them to do more collaborative writing/editing as we explore new questions "can games make us smarter/better" and "can games make our world better."
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