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Writing in Education - Vol. 70 - NAWE Conference Collection 2016 (1)

In this issue:

An explorer discovering new feelings
Kate Hendry describes the effect of reflective journals on the writing process and writer-identity.
Dissecting a Book of Poems
Natalie Scott provides a personal reflection on the process of completing a PhD by existing published works.
Employability Skills for Creative Writers in Higher Education
Sophie Howe discusses how students’ prospects are enhanced.
Four methods for teaching creative nonfiction outside of the traditional workshop
DeAnn Bell describes her various models.
Hand-written journaling in the digital age
Dolly Garland champions the habit for both personal and professional development.
Performing Bloom’s Pyramid
James Kenworth offers an action research report on the use of drama in the classroom to support literary analysis.
Rising Tension
Kevin Price argues (in a fictocritical paper) for creative writing being taught in high schools—and divorced from English.
The Dark Alleyway
Francis Gilbert keeps a creative light burning in the secondary school curriculum.
When Poetry Is Locked Out
Daniel Xerri reports on a community building project in Northern Ireland.
Whither Justice?
Namita Chakrabarty reflects on diversity and character in the creative writing workshop and other contexts.
Writing Teachers
Jenifer Smith considers what we are learning from situating writing groups within initial teacher training.

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