Two of the key questions Poe focuses on are “How do I teach writing better?” (30) and “what can help us teach writing to those students for whom words are not easy?” (30). Poe makes several key arguments connected to her thesis. One of her key points is that “the division between academic and non-academic thought” is problematic (31). Another is that educators should reflect on “ways of thinking” that “are valued in [their] disciplines” (32). She believes that “by asking students to be metacognitive about their own thinking, we give them a powerful heuristic to understand the ways that knowledge is constructed”
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