Beyond the Frontier, Volume III: Innovations in First-Year Composition
In these quickly changing times, this volume re-imagines the classroom after COVID-19. No one could have fathomed the multiple ways education would change when the country first entered into the pandemic in March, 2020. In this regard, this volume offers pedagogy that will create teaching opportunities in both virtual and physical classrooms. Ideas are meant to be shared and evolve into methods that work for both teachers and pupils.
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Jill Dahlman is an Assistant Professor of English and Co-Director of the Media and Communication Studio at California Northstate University College of Health Sciences, having also taught at the University of Nevada Reno and the University of Hawai’i. She is a contributor to I’m Just a Comic Book Boy: Essays on the Intersection of Comics and Punk and Composition and Big Data. She is also an editorial board member for the Rocky Mountain Review, the peer-reviewed journal of the Rocky Mountain Modern Language Association, and she sits on the advisory board of WAC Clearinghouse. Her areas of interest include student self-efficacy, specifically as it pertains to composition pedagogy, service learning, and the rhetoric of the Cold War era and the Founding Fathers.
Tammy Winner is a Professor of English and the Program Coordinator of the Master of Arts in Writing at University of North Alabama. She earned her doctorate at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in 1999 and has previously taught at the University of Puerto Rico and the University of the Bahamas. In 2019, she was selected to be a Faculty Fellow at NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and is an active member of the aero-space technical writing community. Her other research interests include first-year composition, multimodality, literacy and e-literacy, online learning, peaceful pedagogies and experiential learning. Her work has appeared in CEA Critic, The Teaching Professor and other print and online academic venues.
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