The pieces collected in this section of Connecting all exhibit ways of “showing up” in writing. They do so by modeling how we might claim very specific, very material conditions of learning and thinking and speak from the authority of personal experience. They are full of voice. They show up by revealing the presence of their writers and by making intentional space for readers to show up in response, as a writer’s presence begets the readers’. The writing contained within this section also offers practices that might help us think through the dynamics of a pedagogical praxis of “showing up.”
Wenger, Christy; Wilson, Nicole J.; Montez, Angela; Chung, Sara Y.; LaVecchia, Christina M.; Ramirez, Cristina D.; and Pytleski, Patricia D.
"Connecting: On “Showing Up” in Teaching, Tutoring, and Writing: A Search for Humanity,"
The Journal of the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning: Vol. 25
, Article 5.
Available at: https://trace.tennessee.edu/jaepl/vol25/iss1/5
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