PUPIL Journal Seeks Submissions for Spring 2010 Issue
PUPIL, CSUF's Teaching Writing Club's annual pedagogy journal, seeks
submissions for its 2010 issue. We are of the mind that the best
teachers define themselves not as teachers, but learners. We seek to
publish works for teachers who want to teach and who want to be
taught. We believe that to stop learning is reason to stop teaching.
Teach. Learn. Submit.
Submissions must pertain to teaching composition or creative writing
in higher education.
Submissions may address topics such as, but not limited to: pedagogy
theory, teaching experience, tutoring experience, conducting
workshops, syllabus and course planning, creating assignments, and
Please submit essays, rants, assignments, or ideas for content by
Friday, March 26 at 5:00pm. Email submissions preferred:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, either paste submission into
the body of the email or attach it as a word document (.doc only). You
can also submit a hard copy to the English Department Office, located
in the UH-322.
PUPIL obtains First North American Serial Rights; i.e., we obtain
rights to publish your work in our journal; following publication,
these rights revert back to you. We ask, however, that PUPIL be
acknowledged in any subsequent publications. We offer one journal
issue as payment.
Contact journal editor, Scott Warfe, if you have any questions: