Daniel J. Weinstein, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
5th Floor, Humanities and Social Sciences Building
Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Indiana, PA 15705
ACT Slides by Stuart Libman (Linked here temporarily, until available on CTE site)
- Meditation Workshop with Music Students, October 19, 2017: Meditation on the Breath | Breathing Meditation Instructions | Walking Meditation Instructions | Chopin Nocturnes | Coloring Patterns
- Handout for an ENGL 202 Orientation Session
- Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Pedagogy
- Tales for Today (A collection of contemporary fairy tales penned by some of my undergraduate students and shared here with their consent.)
- CRUSH IT!
CRUSH IT! is an experimental project I am working on now. It is a systematic training plus digital writing environment that aims to help student writers (or any writer, really) increase their written virtuosity. It's not ready yet.
- Writing Form A
Writing Form A is simply a set of resizeable text areas arranged in ten rows of three columns. One may employ these areas however one likes; however, I intend them to be used as short-lived writing spaces in which to do, from right to left, freewriting, outlining, and drafting.
- Slow Serial Visual Presentation (SSVP)
Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP) is a computer-aided reading technique intended to increase reading speed and comprehension. But what if one decided to use RSVP tools to slow down reading instead?
Here's the experiment. First, set up one of the RSVP tools listed below. Then, set the reading speed to 20 words per minute. That's five seconds per word. See how it feels. See how reading this way affects your experience of reading. (You might even try writing after reading at this rate to see how experiencing a text at a very slow reading rate affects how you write.)