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The tech savvy generation writes a lot via texting but loses a lot in translating that experience to academic writing. Texting is succinct, sometimes cryptic and often casual. Academic writing is formal, structured, and elaborate. Today's student needs to
leverage the frequency in which writing is practiced outside of the classroom with the notion that writing changes its form depending upon...
Much emphasis is placed upon specializing in a field in higher education. However, the truth of the matter is employers want intelligent employees. Employers want staff who are well-spoken, eager to contribute, capable of writing effective documents in standard
English, problem-solvers, and collaborators. Notice I did not use the cliché 'team player.' Collaborators work across the organization...
As a parent of a newly minted teen in a very challenging school, I sympathize and empathize with parents who are called upon to assist school aged children with math problems, essay writing, quizzes and tests, science projects, and myriad other tasks under
the guise of 'homework.' I am in the same boat--almost. My life and leisure is spent engaging my mind. As an educator with K-21 experience,...