"Educating is a performative world-making practice that disrupts unilinear time: past, present, and future bleed through one-another in the thick-now of any moment"
Karen Barad as Educator: Agential Realism and Education
Reading and writing are, of course, two of the core classroom learning practices. Writing sessions can form part of a complex learning assemblage that is further comprised of interactive multimedia presentations that involve working with cultural texts. This may entail reading aloud in community (including in breakout rooms), performing textual analysis, and 5-10 minute writing sessions. During the writing sessions students receive written and oral feedback. Writing sessions allow students to develop their ideas before speaking, which in turn supports more spontaneous oral expression in group discussions. Click here to see an anonymized shared class notebook.