Goals in the dual credit classroom: language as dual credit power
From pen-to-paper submission to plagiarism filters such as Turnitin.com, Composition instruction tools change, and instructors at every level must adapt to technological advances. Despite changes at all levels, students' ability to manipulate language and manipulate the means of publishing language still equates to academic power. Manipulating technology and language, students and instructors alike must raise their expectations for both Composition product and process. In the Colorado high school classroom these raised expectations are called "21st Century Skills"1. These skills guarantee that ...
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