the Teaching of Writing
684. How I Have Changed My Mind as a Scholar-Teacher of Writing
231. MoMLA: From Panel to Gallery
323. Disability in the Composition Class: Inclusion and Adaptation
731. Common First-Year Readings and Themes: Theory, Practice, Problems, Promise
494. The Role of "Fun" in Composition: Motivation, Affect, Engagement
773. Narrating Gendered Lives: Twenty-First-Century Composition Scholarship, Praxes, and Pedagogies
296. The Composition Classroom and the Economic
413. Has Comp Moved Away from the Humanities? What's Lost? What's Gained?
598. The Comp Teacher's Job of Work: Who, What, Where, When, Why?
405. Multimodal Literacies: A Pedagogical Imperative?
614. Technology and Composition: Implications for the Profession
646. Cash Bar Arranged by the Division on the Teaching of Writing and the Division on the History and Theory of Rhetoric and Composition
752. Composition Studies: Where Is the Discipline? Where Is It Going?
305. Assessing Writing Programs
582. Cash Bar Arranged by the Division on the History and Theory of Rhetoric and Composition and the Division on the Teaching of Writing
646. Composition Theory and Writing Practice
686. The Focus of First-Year Composition: Academic or Public Writing?
130. Writing Pedagogy in China and Canada
274. Teaching Erotic Language
571. The First-Year Course in the Higher Education Hierarchy
8. The Subject Matter of Composition
148. Alternative Models for Writing Programs: A Critical Conversation
484. Who Owns Composition?
552. Cash Bar Arranged by the Division on the Teaching of Writing and the Division on the History and Theory of Rhetoric and Composition
239. Linked Courses in Writing Pedagogy
408. Academic Freedom and the Teaching of Writing
508. Literature, Genre Theory, and Writing Pedagogy
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