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Having students keep journals is an excellent way to keep track of their progress on research, writing and cognitive thinking skills. To find out how, read this article by English professor and WAC coordinator Andrew Horsfield.
Here’s an interesting chart from our Writing Across the Curriculum program, coordinated by my esteemed colleague Andrew Horsfield, on how different kinds of writing assignments stimulate different parts of the brain. David Kolb (1985) has identified four phases in an individual’s cognitive style: concrete experience (feeling); reflective observation (watching); abstract conceptualisation (thinking); and active experimentation (doing).
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