I am presenting a paper at the 2018 NeMLA conference in Pittsburgh: # 17041: American Immigrant Literature and the Trauma of Expression https://www.buffalo.edu/nemla.html

April 15, 2018 1:30  22.23 American Immigrant Literature and the Trauma of Expression Chair: Julianne Roe, Gwynedd Mercy UniversityLocation: Three Rivers (Media Equipped)American & Cultural Studies and Media Studies”Trauma, Empathy, and the Interpellated Activist in Helen Maria Viramontes’s Under the Feet of Jesus” Courtney Novosat, Saint Vincent College”Trauma and Perpetual Injury in le thi diem thuy’s The gangster…

Metacognitive activities help students plan for tasks by thinking about preparatory skills that the students may have before class, such as social networking. Metacognitive skills also encourage students to reflect on their abilities to perform tasks. Pre-K through adult active learning is my vision. Writing Process with reflective journaling, peer discussions and peer assessments, self-monitoring and student self-assessments offer insight into their own writing process and interaction with a group.

Through student-directed pedagogical model, my class fuses into a learning community for reflection, discovery, and peer editing for student motivation and success. I actively engage students by 1) reading key articles by scholars in the field in blogs, wikis, web sites, books, pamphlets, newsletters, or journals or other material 2) demonstrating techniques of close reading…

Maryann P. DiEdwardo, Researcher

Dr. Maryann DiEdwardo Adjunct Professor Award UMUC I am one of the recipients of the UMUC Drazek Award for Excellence in Teaching 2017. Published Article Journal of Modern Education Review, ISSN 2155-7993, USA June 2017, Volume 7, No. 6, pp. 376–384 Doi: 10.15341/jmer(2155-7993)/06.07.2017/003 © Academic Star Publishing Company, 2017 Implementing Learning Strategies Based on Metacognition…