Writing in the Science Classroom: Dissecting in the Ideal Environment (Reprint)

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Kristen Snoddy


 In the more than two decades since this article was published, those who facilitate and evaluate student writing have found their task increasingly challenging. Helping students determine the credibility of online resources in addition to maintaining the integrity of student writing in the age of artificial intelligence are two key challenges. Despite these factors, I remain committed to my recommendations outlined in the article. Engaging students in the work of the classroom—both course content and the accompanying writing that confirms our students’ understanding of that content—should be what drives our interactions with them.


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Kristen Snoddy, Indiana University Kokomo

Kristen L. Snoddy is a Faculty Emeritus at Indiana University Kokomo, Kokomo, Indiana, USA.