ON CTN'S LINKEDIN, RAFAEL CASTILLO'S ARTICLE FOCUSES ON BECOMING A WRITING PRACTIONER
Rafael Castillo’s, Co-Editor of CTN: A Journal of Ideas and Pedagogy, article found on CTN’s Linkedin discusses how to become a writing practitioner. He offers some simple recommendations for those who would like to contribute to CTN’s newsletter or pedagogy journal, such as “write about what you know is true, but it doesn’t hurt to write about what you don’t know and discover something about that topic.” He also offers this recommendation “Do not reinvent the wheel. By that I mean, try to examine all the successful strategies used in your classroom to help students succeed. Keep a log or journal of those ideas. (what worked and what didn’t; how responsive were students, etc.)”
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