On the 20th anniversary of the Harry Potter series, here are five other books that have shaped our students' lives.
Why I won’t be asking you about your next big project.
How to use problem-solving and role-playing to help students write about something that matters to them.
A writing group is automatically subversive — a parallel universe outside of the isolation of academic culture.
Six tips to help you craft an effective pitch that will get your article published.
A few words of advice on how to approach, and finish, your first book.
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Are you searching for more sources out of curiosity or fear?
The problem may be that you are approaching your project from the outside in, rather than from the inside out.
Why is it always so surprising when our initial impression of a student turns out to be mistaken?
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Spending too much time reading (and ranting) about the latest Trump outrage? Here’s how to get your work back on track.
It’s not just the president and his administration who would benefit. We all would.
Knowing they’ll have to workshop their papers with peers pushes students to write with greater care.
Done well, your book proposal may not only bring you a contract, it may also sharpen your work.