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Dr. Bryan Ripley Crandall

Assistant Professor of the Practice of Curriculum & Instruction & Director of Connecticut Writing Project
o: Canisius Hall Rm 115
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Crandall, B.R. (2010). Venglish. In M. Robins (Ed.) The pressures of teaching: How teachers cope with classroom stress. New York: Kaplan Publishing, pp. 13-24.

Crandall, B. R. (2009). Adding a disability perspective when reading adolescent literature: Sherman Alexie's The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian. The ALAN Review, 36(2), 71-78.

Crandall, B. R. (2009). Senior Boards: Multimedia presentations from year-long research and community-based projects. In A. Herrington, K. Hogsdon & C. Moran (Eds.), Teaching the new writing: Technology, change, and assessment. New York: Teachers College Press, pp. 107-123.

Crandall, B.R. (2007). Thoughts from a high school English teacher; A reflection on writing portfolios, on-demand writing and changes made with CATS assessment -- good writing is good writing; Kentucky English Bulletin, 56(2/3), 21-34.

Crandall, B.R. (2006). You can’t write a poem to teach us how to write poetry, Journal for Literacy Leaders, 2(1), 18-23.

Crandall, B.R. (2003). Song for the Lost Boys, opus I. (poem). Ring of fire: A Louisville writing project chap book. Kentucky: Louisville Writing Project.

Crandall, B.R. (1998). Environmental English; Sustaining the environment through the marriage of earth and words. In Omnibus. Greater Louisville English Council


Crandall, B.R. (2010). [Review of M. Overmeyer (2009). What student writing teaches us: Formative assessment in the writing workshop]. Education Review.

Crandall, B.R. (2009) [Review of D. Fisher & Frey, N. (2008). Word wise & content rich: Five essential steps to teaching academic vocabulary]. Education Review.