Why is it always so surprising when our initial impression of a student turns out to be mistaken?
Your students’ own work is a valuable tool in helping them learn to improve their writing.
Too often, we just tell students what they've done wrong, without making sure they understand what "doing right" means.
And how you can devise a peer-review workshop that they actually find helpful.
Class prep gets easier and easier the more you teach a particular course. But is that always a good thing?