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The Resource Creative writing in the community : a guide [electronic resource], Terry Ann Thaxton

Creative writing in the community : a guide [electronic resource], Terry Ann Thaxton

Label
Creative writing in the community : a guide [electronic resource]
Title
Creative writing in the community
Title remainder
a guide [electronic resource]
Statement of responsibility
Terry Ann Thaxton
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
E7B
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Thaxton, Terry Ann
Dewey number
808.02
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Community life
  • Creative writing
Label
Creative writing in the community : a guide [electronic resource], Terry Ann Thaxton
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • "Landscape and Language," Lorraine Ferra
  • Outreach and the university
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "Poetry from the Inside Out," Terry Blackhawk
  • "Who is the Self that Performs? Teaching and Learning Creative Identities and Creative Writing at a Youth Shelter," Sharlene Gilman
  • 12.
  • The Value of Creative Writing in the World
  • Civic responsibility
  • Imagine
  • Structured reflection
  • "Becoming an Ocean: Teaching Poetry in Nursing Homes," Silvi Alcivar
  • Readings
  • "Poetry-in-the-World: Where Service-Learning Goes Beyond the Classroom," F. Daniel Rzicznek
  • "How Service-Learning Cultivates Empathy and Social Responsibility," Carly Gates O'Neal
  • 2.
  • Leaving Campus
  • Service-learning (and CBL) as citizenship
  • Key elements of service-learning
  • The next steps
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "What is an Author Off-Campus? The Writer in the Community and the Corporate University," Julia Spicher Kasdorf
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • "Birth of an American Scholar," Heather Fiedler
  • 3.
  • Making a Plan
  • Envisioning your CBL project
  • Designing 10-12 weeks of session (lesson) plans
  • Preparing weekly lessons
  • Anticipations, hopes, challenges
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "The Lawtey Workshop," Mark Powell
  • 1.
  • "Linking the Creative Writing Program with the Community," Allen Gee
  • 4.
  • Taking the Leap
  • Creative writing and life experiences
  • Apprehension, resistance, fear
  • Service-learning vs. volunteering
  • Service-learning history
  • Service-learning in other disciplines
  • Service-learning in various creative writing classes and programs
  • Community partner staff as co-educators
  • Storytelling is for Everyone
  • Structured reflection
  • Reading
  • "The Prayer Wheel," David Hassler
  • 5.
  • Writing and Being
  • Statistics and real life
  • Safety issues and boundaries
  • Writing and imagination
  • Checking in with self
  • Structured reflection
  • Why we tell stories
  • Readings
  • "A Red Wheelbarrow, a Hammock, and a Pomegranate: Why So Much Does Depend Upon Poetry," Anita Skeen
  • 6.
  • Discovering the Pleasure of Poetry and Storytelling in the World
  • Building confidence as a teaching artist
  • Observing your surroundings
  • The immersed writer
  • Connecting your project with your own life experiences
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • Community-based learning projects in creative writing
  • "̀The Sublime, the Unsettling, and the Exuberant': Changing Students' Attitudes Toward Aging through TimeSlips Creative Storytelling," Robin Mello and Anne Basting
  • "Teaching, or How to Fall in Love," Robin Reagler
  • 7.
  • Creative Writing as Social Activism
  • Art as resistance
  • Beyond your project
  • Structured reflection
  • Reading
  • "Activism in Academia: A Social Action Writing Program," Frances Payne Adler
  • 8.
  • The first step
  • Doing Creative Writing
  • Right to your life (and your voice)
  • Why do creative writing?
  • A very brief history of creative writing in the academy
  • Current issues in creative writing
  • Structured reflection
  • Reading
  • "The Assessment Wicket: How Can We Judge the Value of Writers Teaching in the Schools?," Terry Hermsen
  • 9.
  • Changing Them, Changing You, Changing the World
  • Structured reflection
  • A deeper understanding
  • What you're getting: Transferrable skills
  • What they're getting
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "Citizens of Words: Service-Learning in Creative Writing Education," Nathaniel V. Mohatt
  • "Keeping it Real: Creative Writing Under the Shadow of Standardized Testing," Christopher McIlroy
  • 10.
  • Giving Community Members (a Loud) Voice
  • Turning words into voices
  • Readings
  • Celebrating
  • Publishing the work of participants
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "The Children We Leave Behind," Lisa Chatterjee
  • "Writing Out of Grief," Scott Parsons
  • 11.
  • Publishing Your CBL Project
  • Publication at your university
  • Publication beyond the university
Control code
ocn861533430
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (325 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781441197726
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)861533430
Label
Creative writing in the community : a guide [electronic resource], Terry Ann Thaxton
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • "Landscape and Language," Lorraine Ferra
  • Outreach and the university
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "Poetry from the Inside Out," Terry Blackhawk
  • "Who is the Self that Performs? Teaching and Learning Creative Identities and Creative Writing at a Youth Shelter," Sharlene Gilman
  • 12.
  • The Value of Creative Writing in the World
  • Civic responsibility
  • Imagine
  • Structured reflection
  • "Becoming an Ocean: Teaching Poetry in Nursing Homes," Silvi Alcivar
  • Readings
  • "Poetry-in-the-World: Where Service-Learning Goes Beyond the Classroom," F. Daniel Rzicznek
  • "How Service-Learning Cultivates Empathy and Social Responsibility," Carly Gates O'Neal
  • 2.
  • Leaving Campus
  • Service-learning (and CBL) as citizenship
  • Key elements of service-learning
  • The next steps
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "What is an Author Off-Campus? The Writer in the Community and the Corporate University," Julia Spicher Kasdorf
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • "Birth of an American Scholar," Heather Fiedler
  • 3.
  • Making a Plan
  • Envisioning your CBL project
  • Designing 10-12 weeks of session (lesson) plans
  • Preparing weekly lessons
  • Anticipations, hopes, challenges
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "The Lawtey Workshop," Mark Powell
  • 1.
  • "Linking the Creative Writing Program with the Community," Allen Gee
  • 4.
  • Taking the Leap
  • Creative writing and life experiences
  • Apprehension, resistance, fear
  • Service-learning vs. volunteering
  • Service-learning history
  • Service-learning in other disciplines
  • Service-learning in various creative writing classes and programs
  • Community partner staff as co-educators
  • Storytelling is for Everyone
  • Structured reflection
  • Reading
  • "The Prayer Wheel," David Hassler
  • 5.
  • Writing and Being
  • Statistics and real life
  • Safety issues and boundaries
  • Writing and imagination
  • Checking in with self
  • Structured reflection
  • Why we tell stories
  • Readings
  • "A Red Wheelbarrow, a Hammock, and a Pomegranate: Why So Much Does Depend Upon Poetry," Anita Skeen
  • 6.
  • Discovering the Pleasure of Poetry and Storytelling in the World
  • Building confidence as a teaching artist
  • Observing your surroundings
  • The immersed writer
  • Connecting your project with your own life experiences
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • Community-based learning projects in creative writing
  • "̀The Sublime, the Unsettling, and the Exuberant': Changing Students' Attitudes Toward Aging through TimeSlips Creative Storytelling," Robin Mello and Anne Basting
  • "Teaching, or How to Fall in Love," Robin Reagler
  • 7.
  • Creative Writing as Social Activism
  • Art as resistance
  • Beyond your project
  • Structured reflection
  • Reading
  • "Activism in Academia: A Social Action Writing Program," Frances Payne Adler
  • 8.
  • The first step
  • Doing Creative Writing
  • Right to your life (and your voice)
  • Why do creative writing?
  • A very brief history of creative writing in the academy
  • Current issues in creative writing
  • Structured reflection
  • Reading
  • "The Assessment Wicket: How Can We Judge the Value of Writers Teaching in the Schools?," Terry Hermsen
  • 9.
  • Changing Them, Changing You, Changing the World
  • Structured reflection
  • A deeper understanding
  • What you're getting: Transferrable skills
  • What they're getting
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "Citizens of Words: Service-Learning in Creative Writing Education," Nathaniel V. Mohatt
  • "Keeping it Real: Creative Writing Under the Shadow of Standardized Testing," Christopher McIlroy
  • 10.
  • Giving Community Members (a Loud) Voice
  • Turning words into voices
  • Readings
  • Celebrating
  • Publishing the work of participants
  • Structured reflection
  • Readings
  • "The Children We Leave Behind," Lisa Chatterjee
  • "Writing Out of Grief," Scott Parsons
  • 11.
  • Publishing Your CBL Project
  • Publication at your university
  • Publication beyond the university
Control code
ocn861533430
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (325 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781441197726
Isbn Type
(electronic bk.)
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)861533430

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