Document Type

Review

Publication Date

2016

Abstract

I was drawn to panel A.04 because of my interests in place-based pedagogy. In fact, later that day I gave a presentation on a place-based approach to mobile composition, drawing examples from my teaching (C.05). One of the aspects of this panel that I found particularly engaging was the way that each presenter took a different approach to his or her attention to issues of place. The projects were quite diverse, but there were clearly overlapping connections in terms of how our local geographies, urban spaces, and communities have important implications for the teaching of writing and rhetoric. I walked away from the panel energized with a swirl of ideas for teaching and research.

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Review of panel session A.04 at the 2015 Conference on College Composition and Communication. Originally posted at http://praxis.technorhetoric.net/tiki-index.php?page=PraxisWiki:_:CCCC2015_A04.

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