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Teaching and Mentoring
Teaching and Mentoring: Mary M. Juzwik
(Teaching English to Diverse Learners)
(Crafting English Teaching Practices)
(Year-long Student Teaching internship)
(Theory and Research in the Teaching of Writing)
(Methods of Writing Instruction)
(Writing for Publication)
Fall 2009 (
(Practicum in Teaching English Teacher Education)
(Composition Workshop for Teachers)
(Critical Questions in Language and Composition)
Language, Literacy, and Learning, taught in the English department at
Northern Arizona Un
C&I 431 (Young Adult Literature for Schools), at University of Wisconsin, Madison
RESOURCES FOR DOCTORAL STUDENTS
General Advice and Resources
Formatting a CV:
Web of English: the blog by Denis Baron, Professor of English at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign:
Linda Babcock and Sarah Laschever,
Women Don't Ask: The High Cost of Avoiding Negotiation and Positive Strategies for Change.
Bantam, 2007. I cannot recommend this book highly enough - for women OR men. It's a very practical treatment of how to negotiate (that is, ask for what you want) in professional situations. The book offers quite a few examples about the negotiation issues in higher education.
Writing your Journal Article in 12 Weeks: A Guide to Academic Publishing Success.
SAge Press, 2009. (currently available on amazon.com for $39.16). This book offers great support for novice academic writers - I'm looking forward to using it in a Writing for Publication course I'm teaching this fall.
Wendy Belcher's newsletter,
Jay Lemke, A Guide for the Perplexed:
This is a treasure trove of short pieces on various topics of interest to aspiring academic writers.
Ms. Mentor's Impeccable Advice for Women in Academia
, by Emily Toth. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia 1997. xiv+222.ISBN 0-8122-1566-4 (paper), $15.95 This book is full of wisdom about navigating an academic career for men as well as women.
"How to be a Leader in your Field: A Guide for Students in Professional Schools," by Phil Agre:
"Networking on the Network: A Guide to Professional Skills for PhD Students," by Phil Agre:
The Postgraduate's Guide to Getting Published, by philosopher Thom Brooks:
The Chronicle of Higher Education:
Inside Higher Ed:
Resources for Navigating a PhD at Michigan State
PhD Program Handbook, Curriculum and Teaching
The Graduate School Home Page
Spartan Book Store
MSU College of Education
MSU OOE Financial Support:
, by Mary Kennedy
RESOURCES FOR ENGLISH TEACHER CANDIDATES
Common Core State Standards Initiative:
Applications for Teacher Certification in Michigan
MSU College of Education MACT Program (graduate study in Curriculum and Teaching):
Bread Loaf School of English (graduate study in English):
Michigan Department of Education
Michigan Teacher Certification Requirements
Michigan Council of Teachers of English:
National Council of Teachers of English
Secondary Teacher Preparation at Michigan State University
Secondary Intern-Mentor Teacher Handbook
Urban Educators Cohort Program, Michigan State University
College of Education Scholarships for Undergraduates:
(Professor Allen Webb's website about the Michigan Test for Teacher Certification)
help on how to format text
MSU College of Education
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