Writing in Science: Guest post by Hochman and Wexler

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I am incredibly excited to share a guest post from the authors of The Writing Revolution themselves: Juditch C. Hochman and Natalie Wexler. They conclude the Writing in Science Symposium with a reflection on each of the contributions so far, and share their thoughts on how the ideas can be extended and applied to subjects beyond science.  The other contributors to the symposium and I are extremely grateful for their involvement. We hope this symposium has been useful, thought-provoking and sparks some ideas in the classroom.

Pritesh, Ben, Ruth, Tarjinder & Jasper. 


Writing in Science: Concluding the Symposium
by Judith C Hochman & Natalie Wexler

In his excellent introduction to a series of blog posts on writing in science, Pritesh Raichura writes, “The task of teaching pupils is not reserved solely for English teachers.  You cannot teach writing devoid of content, and you cannot truly say you teach a…

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