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The Writing Centre Writes a Page Online

Published April 5, 2010  |  English (Language and Literature)

Faye Trecartin Teacher, Cégep John Abbott College

The Writing Centre at John Abbott College is a service offered to students to help acquire the skills required to successfully organize their thinking on a given subject into a coherent flow of logical observations that are regarded as good writing in our society. One reason for the popularity of centre's online tutoring service is that a lot of students can go online when they can't fit face-to-face tutoring into their schedules.

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My Journey in Blogland

Published November 22, 2009  |  English (Language and Literature)

Robert Rembold Teacher, Champlain College - Campus Lennoxville

Class essays and writing assignments suggest that despite their silence, quiet students often have opinions and ideas that would advance class discussion if they had a chance to express them. So, how does one create a space for discussion that is open to all students?

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Students Tune In and Turn On-Line to Discover E-Lit

Published September 29, 2008  |  English (Language and Literature)

Zsolt Alapi Teacher, Marianopolis College

Zsolt Alapi, a professor of English at Marianopolis College, has spent the past several years exploring the Internet as a tool for teaching literature in the classroom.  Alapi introduces his students to websites and on-line literary journals that publish contemporary, cutting-edge writing by authors from around the globe.

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Give it a Try

Published April 26, 2009  |  English (Language and Literature)

Michael Tritt Teacher, Marianopolis College

The classroom can be a great place to inspire reflection, discovery, articulation, and discussion. Yet students are frequently unable, in the flow of the class, to express some of their ideas to the group. Why not start an on-line discussion forum to provide student expression a place outside of he classroom?

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Real Life Stories

Published September 29, 2008

Students Tune In and Turn On-Line to Discover E-Lit

Zsolt Alapi Teacher, Marianopolis College

Zsolt Alapi, a professor of English at Marianopolis College, has spent the past several years exploring the Internet as a tool for teaching literature in the classroom.  Alapi introduces his students to websites and on-line literary journals that publish contemporary, cutting-edge writing by authors from around the globe.

English (Language and Literature)

Real Life Stories

Published April 26, 2009

Give it a Try

Michael Tritt Teacher, Marianopolis College

The classroom can be a great place to inspire reflection, discovery, articulation, and discussion. Yet students are frequently unable, in the flow of the class, to express some of their ideas to the group. Why not start an on-line discussion forum to provide student expression a place outside of he classroom?

English (Language and Literature)

Real Life Stories

Published November 22, 2009

My Journey in Blogland

Robert Rembold Teacher, Champlain College - Campus Lennoxville

Class essays and writing assignments suggest that despite their silence, quiet students often have opinions and ideas that would advance class discussion if they had a chance to express them. So, how does one create a space for discussion that is open to all students?

English (Language and Literature)