Double Helix is an international, peer-reviewed journal of pedagogy. It publishes work addressing linkages between critical thinking and writing, in and across the disciplines, and it is especially interested in pieces that explore and report on connections between pedagogical theory and classroom practice.
Volume 9 (2021)
Critical Thinking and Writing: The Lower Frequencies
Andy Razaf, Fats Waller, and Harry Brooks. (What Did I Do To Be So) Black and Blue? [Recorded by Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra], 1929. Original pressing. Columbia Records.
Table of Contents
Toward Counternarratives of Critical Thinking and Writing
Justin Hayes, Paul Pasquaretta, and Glenda Pritchett
Assessing Perceptions of Critical Writing Across a Career-Focused Campus
Justin Nicholes and Alison Lukowski
Using Inquiry Notebooks to Assess Critical Thinking and Writing Among Chinese English Language Learners
Kelly Wonder and Ami Christensen
Reports from the Field
Podcasting a Pandemic: Reporting from Station Eleven
G. Bret Strauch
Visual Journaling as a Method for Critical Thinking in Writing Courses
Writing Beyond the Keyboard: Teaching Disengagement as Part of the Writing Process
Shaping Informed Contributors to Participatory Culture: Research-Based Writing Across the Curriculum in an American International School in China
Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning
by Audrey Watters
Cultivating a Critical Mass: Conspiracy Theories and the Composition Classroom
Jay S. Arns
Double Helix is a publication of the College of Arts and Sciences at Quinnipiac University. ISSN 2372-7497. Works published in Double Helix are released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 4.0 international License.