Writing to Learn – Part III

This series of posts was inspired by two things: 1) William Zinssers’s book Writing To Learn, from which it takes its title, and 2) my own experience teaching students how to write. Zinsser was writing to and about professionals in a wide range of disciplines who had not considered themselves writers, but who were responsible […]

Writing to Learn Part II

Welcome to part two of Writing to Learn, in which I propose that our writing can be more powerful when we as authors approach the task as students, with curiosity. One way to do this is to understand our own writing styles. Obviously, the task is easiest for those of us who are read / […]