Writing = Learning

Brenton Doecke, Graham Parr
Wakefield Press, 2005 - 271 Seiten

Writing = Learning examines the role of writing in various teaching and learning contexts. The focus of the collection moves between investigating the ways that students' writing is conceptualised in order to enhance students' engagement in their learning, the ways that students writing is responded to and assessed by teachers in order to improve learning, and the ways in which professionals' writing is utilised to enrich professional learning.

The fifth book in the highly successful Wakefield AATE (Australian Association for the Teaching of English) Interface series

Brenton Doecke is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at Monash University. Graham Parr is a teacher educator in the Faculty of Education, Monash University, where he lectures in English Education, and curriculum and pedagogy.


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A Common Project
Autobiographical Inquiry in PreService and EarlyCareer
Conversation + Collaboration + Writing Professional Learning
Talking Our Way to Understanding Writing
Transcultural Spaces of Writing
Writing Testing and Culture

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Brenton Doecke is an associate professor of education at Monash University. He is a former editor of English in Australia, the journal of the Australian Association for the Teaching of English, and has been widely published on issues in English education. Graham Parr is a professor at Monash University.

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