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Writing in Education - Vol. 86 - Spring 2022

In this issue:

Collaboration, Fragmentation and Involving the Absent Writer
Amina Alyal and Oz Hardwick explore visual and textual stimuli as prompts for collaborative writing which takes participants beyond their individual expectations.
Conference 2022 Reflection
Connecting Voices
Fiona Linday reflects on this Conference 2022 panel discussion on creative writing communities during lockdown
Digital Storytelling
Antonia Liguori and Alison Mott consider digital storytelling in formal and non-formal education
Embrace the Anarchy
Caleb Parkin, Jane Moss and Liz Cashdan share their experiences with inclusive practices when using Zoom
Our Fear of ‘Reading Wrong’
Elena Traina discusses challenges when teaching Creative Writing in English as a Second Language
Poetry In Motion
Anne Taylor discusses harnessing movement, awareness and expressive writing for creativity and resilience
Renga for Resilience
Mel Parks discusses her collaborative poetry approach and using Renga to unite
Rooms of Whose Own
Sonja Frenzel reflects on an eco-poetical perspective on renewal and resilience through writerly practice
Scan Rave
Sunni Brown Wilkinson considers the party that is poetric meter and scansion
WiE Spring 2022 Book Review
Writing Through Photographs
Pauline Rowe’s reflects on MaxLiteracy during 2021

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