Monthly Archives: September 2016

Glass Half Full: 6 Potential Pros of Redesigning Comp 101 Online

The first thing I did when I sat down to brainstorm about designing an online/hybrid comp course was to revisit my Comp 101 teaching journal. I was curious to see what kind of challenges I had experienced in my face-to-face … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

This blog represents the musings of five talented Ts—two TAs and three term faculty from George Mason University—who will spend the next year developing and teaching online and hybrid versions of our first-year writing course, ENGH 101, and our general education … Continue reading

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