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4252-9w revised 10 1- RIabe 2B-963---w WRITING ASSESSMENT Grading Changes after a Writing Faculty Workshop 
4230-8z revised 10 -- NJabe 2B925----w WRITING CONSULT Telephone Writing: Exploring Poetry Across Levels 
4212-8z revised 10 -- FLabe 1B-------w WRITING SECONDARY Group work in English composition teaching 
4190-8z revised 11 1- abp 1B902----z ONLINE WRITING Perception, Production and Online Writing Courses 

  1. 5443-4v revised 10 - 2 - FLabe 1B - 899 - - jz WRITING* STUDENT Improving a Generation 1.5 Student’s Writing
  2. 5353-3j revised 10 - - - PAabe1B - - - - - - - j HOW-TO WRITING Authentic and Collaborative Writing Strategies
  3. 5153-2j revised 10 -- TXabe 1B-693---j LITERACY-2 WRITING Creative Problem Solving in Technical Writing
  4. 5061-2v revised 10 -- FCabe 2B-----jvl LITERATURE-3 READING The Singular Project of Reading and Writing
  5. 4931-1j revised 10 -- TXabe 1B-529---j WRITING-2 GENDER Homophobia in the Writing Classroom
  6. 4826-1w revised 10 -- MIabe 1B-------w WRITING-8 METHODOLOGY Investigating Us-Them Thinking for Social Justice
  7. 4815-1w revised 10 -- MNabe 1B-442---w WRITING-8 RELIGION Social Justice and the Composition Classroom
  8. 4809-1w revised 10 -- NYabe 2B-443---w WRITING-8 PSYCHOLOGY Affect and Social Justice Pedagogy
  9. 4806-1v revised 11 -- NYabe 1B--444--v WRITING-8 ZEITGEIST A Personal Political Moment: Aristotle’s Ethos
  10. 4779-0z revised 10 -- IAabe 1B------wz WRITING SCHOLAR A Vitalist Perspective on Nature Journals
  11. 4762-0z revised 10 -1 FCabe 1B-436-lwz WRITING TECHNOLOGY Effectiveness of an On-Line Writing Course
  12. 4744-0z revised 10 -- RIabe 3--405---z ELEARNING WRITING Hybridity in an Independent Writing Program
  13. 4740-0z revised 10 -- GAabe 2B-432--wz TECHNOLOGY-9/1 LANGUAGE Intercultural Email Exchanges in L2 Writing
  14. 4731-1w revised 10 -- NYabe 1B-448--wl WRITING-8 METHODOLOGY I-Search for Social Justice
  15. 4717-1w revised 10 -- NYabe 1B-------w WRITING-8 NOVEL Teaching—Not Prescribing—Twain and Ellison
  16. 4647-0z revised 11 -- OHabp 1B-362--wz ONLINE WRITING Writing in the Ether: Moving Composition Online
  17. 4636-0z revised 10 -- FCabp 1B-------z WRITING ELEARNING Research on Green Attitudes among Educators
  18. 4496-9z revised 10 -- COabe 1B-188--wz WRITING ENVIRONMENT Green City Movements as Sites for Student Inquiry
  19. 4451-9z revised 11 -- HIabe 1B-198--wz WRITING SERVICE Greening the Subject of/through Technical Writing
  20. 4467-9z revised 10 -- PAabe 1B-150---z WRITING SCHOLAR Becoming Ecocomposition
  21. 4454-9z revised 10 -- ILabe 1B------zw WRITING NOVEL Heroic Sustainability: Composing Virtual Gardens
  22. 4395-9z revised 10 -- MNabp 1B-------z WRITING METHODOLOGY Creatus Viriditas: Writing Green
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  • topic relevance: Writing (to be defined )
  • anticipated level of interest and impact e.g., more than one of the following:
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    • formulates a novel and interesting idea that appears to be a very effective teaching tool
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    • motivates teachers to rethink how they communicate directions and expectations
    • exemplifies current scholarly trends
    • deals with a significant, vital issue in education
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August 2014