2014
DOI: 10.1002/trtr.1297
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Beyond the Author's Chair

Abstract: Providing children with opportunities to share their writing with others is a vital part of establishing a successful writing community. Although sharing is most often viewed as a beneficial experience for children, it is important to acknowledge that sharing can also be uncomfortable and intimidating for many young authors. This article provides tips for establishing a respectful writing community, including strategies for whole‐group sharing, as well as alternative experiences for children who are reluctant … Show more

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“…• Community: just as writing instructors endeavor to build community to encourage risk taking in a workshop setting (e.g. Hall, 2014;Roulston et al, 2016), faculty can integrate community-building strategies such as in-depth introductions and learning autobiographies in their doctoral-level courses. Rather than viewing this action as an encroachment upon valuable class time, the purposeful acts of crafting more intimate interactions beyond the expected academic engagement will serve students well, both personally and academically.…”
Section: Diane's Storymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…• Community: just as writing instructors endeavor to build community to encourage risk taking in a workshop setting (e.g. Hall, 2014;Roulston et al, 2016), faculty can integrate community-building strategies such as in-depth introductions and learning autobiographies in their doctoral-level courses. Rather than viewing this action as an encroachment upon valuable class time, the purposeful acts of crafting more intimate interactions beyond the expected academic engagement will serve students well, both personally and academically.…”
Section: Diane's Storymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…one-to-one support not only increases comfort with sharing working, due to the personal nature of writing (Hall, 2014;Hill et al, 2021), but is more likely to alleviate academic knowledge barriers through leaning together as non-experts in their subject. Arguably, this empowers students, providing agency and increasing confidence with their subject knowledge, since they are the 'expert' in this space.…”
Section: Mutuality and Partnershipmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Research shows that some students feel annoyed from receiving criticism for their written work especially when it is done publicly. Hall (2014) points out that, "uncomfortable dynamics among peers can make young authors vulnerable to teasing and conflict" (p. 28). Likewise, another group of participants in a study by Silva and Moreira, (2003) felt unhappy and uncomfortable because their writings were reviewed online and criticized publicly.…”
Section: Implications and Challenges Of Using Web-enhanced Peer Feedbackmentioning
confidence: 99%