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Courses commonly taught:
English 100: Introductory Composition
English 104: Composition One
English 108: Advanced Composition
English 391: Composition for English Teachers
English 504: Practicum in Teaching Composition One
English 590: Theory and Practice of Teaching Basic Writing
Lizbeth Bryant writes and teaches about writing with a focus on how we learn
to write and the best ways to teach writing. Dr. Bryant creates classroom
spaces that support the literacy development of students from all backgrounds. She employs a critical pedagogy with the use of collaborative groups, portfolio assessment, grade contracts, reading and writing workshops, student/teacher conferences, self-reflection, and publication opportunities.
Dr. Bryant has published two books, Grading in the Post-Process Classroom
(Heinemann 1997) and Voice as Process (Heinemann, 2005). Her third book
Essays on Writing is under contract with PearsonLongman and is scheduled for publication in fall 2008.
Prior to her joining the faculty at Purdue University Calumet, Dr. Bryant
taught at the University of Tampa, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, and Ohio State
University-Mansfield. While at Ohio State University, she founded and directed
the Mid-Ohio Writing Project, a site of the National Writing Project.
A.A.S. Piedmont Virginia Community College
B.A. English, Virginia Commonwealth University
M.A. English, Virginia Commonwealth University
Ph.D. English, University of South Florida