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Comments Aside: Some Space for Reflection

Given that my last blog was a behemoth, this is a shorter entry acting as a bit more of an update on my own teaching practices and a follow up to a workshop I gave at the GTA orientation last Fall about the goals and methods for commenting on student drafts in 1020. Composition scholarship … Continue reading

10 Tips for Grading

Grading is often a stressful and time consuming process for new teachers. The process can be daunting and filled with questions and uncertainty. And as a GTA, teaching is also coupled with the process of one’s own academic life as a PhD student. This leaves little time to spend hours upon hours on grading and … Continue reading