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Strictly Ballroom? Dancing Along The Borders Of Movement And Writing, Tim Doherty Jan 1995

Strictly Ballroom? Dancing Along The Borders Of Movement And Writing, Tim Doherty

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Multiple intelligences are exercised when movement and writing intersect in the composition curriculum.


The Subversive Element Of Play: Using Play, Dream And The B Ody In The Classroom, Ellen W. Kaplan Jan 1995

The Subversive Element Of Play: Using Play, Dream And The B Ody In The Classroom, Ellen W. Kaplan

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

The as-if world of play brings body-centered knowledge into the expressive writing class.


Writing Ritual And The Cultural Unconscious: The Great Mother Archetype In The Composition Classroom, Cramer Cauthen Jan 1995

Writing Ritual And The Cultural Unconscious: The Great Mother Archetype In The Composition Classroom, Cramer Cauthen

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Jungian theory and feminist epistemology can be synthesized through their mythopoetic ways of making knowledge.


Mastery: Or, Where Does True Wisdom Lie?, Martha Goff Stoner Jan 1995

Mastery: Or, Where Does True Wisdom Lie?, Martha Goff Stoner

The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning

Zen philosophy and contemporary physics heighten awareness of wisdom as a process not a product.


Using Portfolio Reflections To Re-Form Instructional Programs And Build Curriculum, Sarah Robbins, Nancy Brandt, Susan Goering, Jeanette Nassif, Kathleen Wascha Nov 1994

Using Portfolio Reflections To Re-Form Instructional Programs And Build Curriculum, Sarah Robbins, Nancy Brandt, Susan Goering, Jeanette Nassif, Kathleen Wascha

Faculty Publications

An educator who finds merit in both content- and student-centered instruction may find it difficult to develop a classroom learning program with a firm theoretical base drawing on strengths from both perspectives. The implementation of a collaborative portfolio project as an ongoing curriculum reformation is described.


Writing Across Institutional Boundaries: A K-12 And University Collaboration, Rebecca Randolph, Sarah Robbins, Anne Ruggles Gere Mar 1994

Writing Across Institutional Boundaries: A K-12 And University Collaboration, Rebecca Randolph, Sarah Robbins, Anne Ruggles Gere

Faculty Publications

A collaborative reading and writing project between eighth graders and college English education students is discussed. The students corresponded with one another, discussing shared readings.


Writing Creatively In First Grade, Susan Grant Raye Jan 1984

Writing Creatively In First Grade, Susan Grant Raye

UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations

Learning to write their own words increases students' success in learning to read, provides practice in thinking skills, increases their self-concept and provides early positive attitudes about writing.

However, most writing done in first grade classrooms today consists mainly of copying from the blackboard. This is a tedious and boring task for first graders, and gives them bad attitudes about writing as they begin their school careers. Many teachers don't require young students to write their own words because of the students' inability to spell words and form grammatically correct sentences. However, if a teacher is accepting of the ...


Parnassus In Collegio, Craig Thompson Oct 1932

Parnassus In Collegio, Craig Thompson

The Hornbook

"Parnassus in Collegio" is an article by Craig Thompson from The Hornbook, a literary magazine published by the Belles Lettres Society at Dickinson College between 1932 and 1962. Thompson is a member of the Dickinson College Class of 1933.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. V, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs May 1929

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. V, No. 8, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Chapel
  • Class News
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • Kempusology Inside Out by Kelly Thompson
  • Kollege Kampus Ravings by A. Shavings
  • Personals
  • Rambling ‘Round by Leon Cook
  • Training School Notes

This issue contains articles:

  • Rifle Team Wins Fifth Corps Area Match for Third Consecutive Time
  • National Music Week, For Third Time Nation-Wide Move, Observed on Hill
  • Coffin Meets with History Group, April
  • Leslie Hewes Gets Fellowship
  • Miss Emma Stith and T.L. Bracken Talk in Chapel
  • Dedication of Beautiful New Formation in New Entrance Cave Held ...


The Child's Instructer And Moral Primer, By The Young Child's Friend Dec 1821

The Child's Instructer And Moral Primer, By The Young Child's Friend

Rare Books

Besides the Stops and principal Characters used in Punctuation, the Figures and Abbreviations, Early Lessons in Prose; among which are some very pleasing and valuable pieces of Sacred History, and the Ten Commandments; likewise a brief selection from Baldwin's Fables -- History of the Elephant, Whale, Ant and Silk Worm, &c. &c.

Ornamented with Cuts. All which, Afford a pleasing variety for the child, are calculated to improve his morals, to give him that instruction which is suitable to his age, and to advance him in the valuable and delightsome acquirement of good reading.