Reading Writing Group – Fall 2018

Join your colleagues this fall for a series of discussions about teaching writing. Each month we will look at a different set of texts (from articles to book chapters to writing textbooks to assignment guidelines) to explore the best practices for teaching writing and teaching for transfer. To access the readings and RSVP, email Phil Sandick at ps1129@georgetown.edu.

  • Reading Writing Group – Fall 2018

    Join your colleagues this fall for a series of discussions about teaching writing. Each month we will look at a different set of texts (from articles to book chapters to writing textbooks to assignme

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  • What’s new?

    Welcome to our new and improved website.  We now offer sections for faculty teaching first-year writing and for those whose courses fulfill the Integrated Writing requirement, as well as a variety of

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  • A student guide to proofreading and writing in science

    Congratulations to Human Science professor Jason Tilan, who together with former GU colleagues J.P. Hyatt and Elisa Bienenstock, has just published an article based on their work on a core Integrated

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  • Integrated Writing: Myths and Realities

    Myth: Teaching writing takes time away from teaching contentReality: You can teach writing by using course readings to examine how people in your field produce and share knowledge, make arguments, an

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