Classroom Spaces and Writing Instruction
Ed Nagelhout, Carol Rutz
Hampton Press, 2004 - Education - 234 pages
This work calls attention to the ways that teachers of writing must attend to the idea of the classroom, must be conscious of the spaces in which they meet students and must be aware of the physical, material conditions that constrain or affect the teaching of writing.
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