Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Teachers vs. Students

This bibliography collects a few sources that either discuss or illustrate the rhetoric of teachers vs. students—the rhetoric that paints students as fools/villains and teachers as heroes/victims.

187. Dir. Kevin Reynolds. Perf. Samuel L. Jackson, John Heard, Ellen Henry, Clifton Collins, Jr., Tony Plana, and Leonard L. Thomas. Warner, 1997.

Clio, Max. “Grading on My Nerves.” Chronicle of Higher Education 18 Nov. 2003.

English, Hugh. “Difficulty for Whom?: Teachers’ Discourse about Difficult Students.” Conflicts and Crises in the Composition Classroom—and What Instructors Can Do About Them. Ed. Dawn Skorczewski and Matthew Parfitt. Portsmouth, NH: Boynton/Cook, 2003. 119-124.

Galef, David. “My 57th Recommendation Letter This Week.” Inside Higher Ed. 23 Feb. 2005. 25 Feb. 2005
Hall, Matt. “Why I Quit Teaching.” Chronicle of Higher Education 24 Apr. 2003.

Harris, Miriam Kalman. “We Are Smarter Than Our Students.” Chronicle of Higher Education 11 Oct. 2002.

Harvey, Gordon. “Repetitive Strain: The Injuries of Responding to Student Writing.” ADE Bulletin 134-135 (Spring/Fall 2003): 43-48.

Laird, Ellen. “Internet Plagiarism: We All Pay the Price.” Chronicle of Higher Education (13 July 2001): B5.

Ruscello, Sophia. “The Perfect Job, Except for the Students.” Chronicle of Higher Education 1 Oct. 2003.

Silverman, Gillian. “It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s Plagiarism Buster!” Newsweek (15 July 2002): 12.