Ariel M Goldenthal

Ariel M Goldenthal

Ariel M Goldenthal

Assistant Professor

Selected Publications

“‘Flying a Little Blind’: Faculty Perceptions of Peer-to-Peer Networks and Developing Competence in Hybrid Course Design.” With Courtney Adams Wooten, Brian Fitzpatrick, Lourdes Fernandez, and Jessica Matthews. Final authorship order to be determined. Writing Program Administration (Forthcoming, April 2022).

“Drown[ing] A Little Bit All the Time: The Intersections of Labor Constraints and Professional Development in Hybrid Contingent Faculty Experiences.” With Courtney Adams Wooten, Brian Fitzpatrick, Lourdes Fernandez, and Jessica Matthews. Academic Labor: Research and Artistry (Forthcoming, December 2021).

Courses Taught

ENGH 101: English Composition
ENGH 101: English Composition – Community Engaged section
ENGH 201: Reading and Writing About Texts
ENGH 302: Advanced Composition 
ENGH 396: Introduction to Creative Writing

Education

BA Linguistics, Brandeis University
MFA Creative Writing, George Mason University

Recent Presentations

“New Perspectives on Evaluating Quality Online Teaching and Learning.” EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. Virtual. October 2020.

“Creating and Adapting Instructor Resources for Teaching Hybrid Courses.” Innovations in Teaching & Learning Conference. Virtual. 21 September, 2020.

"It was the best of times, it was the worst of times": A tale of two approaches for developing and implementing online and hybrid composition courses. Conference on College Composition and Communication Convention. Pittsburgh, PA. 14 March, 2019.

Scaffolding visual learning for argument and critical reading. Innovations in Teaching & Learning Conference. Fairfax, VA. 14 September, 2018.