Writing pedagogy has drawn on and, many would agree, benefited from creative-writing practices such as peer review and role play, which have made it more positive for students and instructors, encouraging engagement, even academic honesty.
This roundtable will explore the challenges of such methods: do they really confer the benefits ascribed to them? How must they be adapted? How should writing produced in this manner be evaluated?
Proposals of 250 words as MS Word attachments and/ or queries to Maria Plochocki at email@example.com by 30 Sept.
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