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Writing and Experiential Education: Practical Activities and Lesson Plans to Enrich Learning


reviewed by Linda J. Clifton — October 12, 2012

coverTitle: Writing and Experiential Education: Practical Activities and Lesson Plans to Enrich Learning
Author(s): Leslie Rapparlie
Publisher: Wood N Barnes,
ISBN: 1885473702, Pages: 160, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: October 12, 2012
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 16900, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 10:53:37 PM

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  • Linda Clifton
    Clifton Consulting
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    LINDA J. CLIFTON, Seattle, Washington, served as K-12 Director of the Puget Sound Writing Project at the University of Washington where she earned her PhD in medieval literature in 1989. Clifton taught high school English/ language arts in public schools for over 34 years, and conducted workshops on the teaching of writing for K-12 teachers and for Antioch University, Seattle. She helped develop Washington State’s essential academic learning requirements and has scored its state assessments for writing. Clifton founded Crab Creek Review and her poetry has appeared in a number of literary journals. She now works with clients who seek help developing their ideas into full-fledged manuscripts. Find her website at http://www.clifton-consulting.com/
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