Title

Figuring Programmatic Agency: The Framework as Critical Rearticulatory Practice in Writing Program Administration

Document Type

Book Chapter

Publication Date

2017

Subject: LCSH

Academic writing--Study and teaching, Writing centers -- United States -- Administration

Disciplines

English Language and Literature

Abstract

Book Table of Contents -- Foreword: Then and now, reflections on the Framework six years out / Peggy O'Neill, Linda Adler-Kassner, Cathy Fleischer, and Anne-Marie Hall -- Introduction / Nicholas Behm, Sherry Rankins-Robertson, and Duane Roen -- Scholarship -- 1. Framing the Framework / Kristine Johnson -- 2. Figuring programmatic agency: the Framework as critical rearticulatory practice in writing program administration / Amy C. Kimme Hea, Jenna Pack Sheffield, and Kenneth C. Walker -- 3. A place for reading in the Framework for success in postsecondary writing: recontextualizing the habits of mind / Ellen C. Carillo -- 4. Enhancing the Framework for success: adding experiences in critical reading / Alice S. Horning -- 5. Steps to collegiate success in second language writing / Andrea Feldman -- 6. A writing program's teachers speak: metacognition and the Framework for success in postsecondary writing / Dawn S. Opel -- 7. Messy but meaningful: using the habits of mind to understand extracurricular learning / Faith Kurtyka -- 8. Experience, values, and habitus: twelfth graders and the Framework's habits of mind / Rebecca Powell -- 9. The Framework for success as rhetorical common denominator / Peter H. Khost -- 10. The Framework for success goes online: integration of the Framework into online writing courses / Beth Brunk-Chavez -- 11. Using the Framework to develop a common core state standards-aligned curriculum for first-year composition / Lauren S. Ingraham -- 12. Applications of the Framework for success in postsecondary writing at the University of Mississippi: shaping the praxis of writing instruction / Alice Johnston Myatt and Ellen Shelton -- 13. Metacognitive persistence and cultural knowledge: application of the Framework with preservice teachers for writing instruction in secondary schools / Rodrigo Jospeh Rodríguez -- 14. Using the eight habits of mind to foster critical sustained reflections: active teaching and learning / Angela Clark-Oates -- 15. A Framework-based "no text/two text" honors composition course / Martha A. Townsend -- 16. Bridging high school and college writing: using the Framework to shape basic writing curricula / Lori Ostergaard, Dana Driscoll, Cathy Rorai, and Amanda Laudig -- Afterword / Andrea A. Lunsford.

Comments

Part of the Writing Program Administration series.

Publisher Citation

Kimme Hea, A. C., Sheffield, J. P., Walker, K. (2017). Figuring Programmatic Agency: The Framework as Critical Rearticulatory Practice in Writing Program Administration. In Nicholas Behn, Duane Roen, Sherry Rankins-Robertson (Ed.), Applications of the Framework for Success in Post-Secondary Writing: Scholarship, Theories, and Practices. Parlor Press. ISBN: 9781602359291