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Michael S
Writer #28473
Wesley Chapel, FL
NEW 11/14/2018
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Michael has 20 years of experience writing for publication in academic, popular, and creative venues. As a university professor and former secondary school teacher, he has also served as a teacher of writing to students of all ages, elementary to doctorate. Before becoming a teacher and professor, he also worked at a publishing house, and he continues to serve as a reviewer/editor for several national publications.
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Specialties

Education

Interests

Sustainability
Spirituality

Education

Princeton University

Coursework in French and English Literature
Senior Thesis: Film Adaptation

Michigan State University

Coursework in Education
Masters Thesis: Forum Theater in the Classroom

Michigan State University

Coursework in English Teacher Education
Dissertation: Reframing Discussions

Education

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The Student Writing Archive Project: a searchable online database of student writing and teacher feedback with instructional materials and interview commentary from teachers at different grade levels in different parts of the US.

Spirituality

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Journeys Inward: How the Light Gets In
http://www.ncte.org/journals/ej/issues/v108-2

Teaching with Soul
http://teachingwithsoul.space/

Green Living

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Writing for a Sustainable Future: How English Teachers Might Prepare Students for Environmental Advocacy

Grant/Proposal

7 Projects Completed

Experienced at framing for stakeholders the urgency of the problem and the significance and feasibility of the proposed response.

Presentation

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Sherry, M. B. (2016, February). The student writing archive project: Prospective secondary English
teachers’ analyses of and response to student writing in an English teaching methods course. Paper presented at the National Council of Teachers of English Assembly for Research. Ypsilanti, MI.

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Sherry, M. B. (2017). How the visual rhetoric of online discussions enables and constrains students’
participation. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 61(3), 299-310.

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