Robert Yagelski

Robert Yagelski
University at Albany, The State University of New York | UAlbany · Department of Educational Theory and Practice

Doctor of Philosophy

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This article explores the impact of the experience of writing on the writer's sense of self and proposes that the experience of writing can be potentially transformative.
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Argues that writing instruction should focus on the experience of writing-in-the-moment as a vehicle for individual and collective transformation.
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Proposes that the act of writing-in-the-moment can be practice of intentional, deliberate, responsible, mindful silence and a means to well-being
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College students are often expected to perform a variety of sophisticated intellectual moves in their writing, yet there is little or no evidence that such expectations are reasonable. This study contributes to a growing number of corpus-based studies of student writing through an examination of students' use of four cross-disciplinary analytic mov...
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In this article, we reflect upon "the teacher as writer" and describe how we see this concept and movement developing. We articulate a view of the teacher-writer as empowered advocate. Using examples from our scholarship, we illustrate how this powerful idea can transform research conducted about and with teachers. Finally, we draw attention to the...
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This study examined the nature and frequency of error in high school native English speaker (L1) and English learner (L2) writing. Four main research questions were addressed: Are there significant differences in students’ error rates in English language arts (ELA) and social studies? Do the most common errors made by students differ in ELA and soc...
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An effort to contribute to the "story" of English teaching in the United States at the dawn of the new millennium, this book presents 17 essays that tell diverse and complex stories of the value and difficulty of teaching English. The voices in this volume represent an eclectic rather than a comprehensive group of teachers and scholars, some famili...
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This article examines the relationship between electronic discourse and face-to-face discourse in two undergraduate university writing classes in which computer-mediated communication (CMC) was employed to supplement regular in-class lecture and discussion. The study explores the potential influence of in-class discourse on the nature and rates of...
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The project described in this article was intended to bring together, electronically, a group of high school student writers and university undergraduate English-education majors; the purpose was to give the university students “hands-on” experience with high school student writing and to offer the high school writers an audience beyond their teach...
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In August of 1810, the great Shawnee leader Tecumseh met William Henry Harrison, then governor of the territory of Indiana, at the governor's mansion in Vincennes, Indiana.1 The two leaders came together to discuss a disagreement about a recently signed treaty that would give to the United States a large tract of Native American land in central Ind...

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