Michelle Parrinello-Cason

Educator, scholar, and writer who loves looking at life's complexities.

I have a PhD in rhetoric and composition and a passion for exploring the intersections of life's contradictions. My favorite writing topics include politics, pop culture, parenting, health and fitness, and education, but I also like how writing can take us in unexpected directions and teach us about topics we would never have considered otherwise.

I have been an educator for more than ten years and have taught composition, literature, and study skills to thousands of students ranging from elementary school to graduate students.
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daylalearning.com
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What Does it Mean to Be Free? Philosophy Activity for Young Kids
March, 5 2018
daylalearning.com
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Using Nonfiction in Writing Instruction
January, 9 2018
developingwriters.net
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Fast Food Pedagogy: Slowing Down and Taking Stock
October, 3 2016
blog.utpjournals.com
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Finding Motivation to Research as Community College Faculty
December, 16 2016
balancingjane.com
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Every Episode of Black Mirror Season 4, Ranked
December, 31 2017
muse.jhu.edu
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Choose Your Battles: Agonism and Identity in Narratives of Feminist Fitnesses
balancingjane.com
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Labels, Clothing, and Identity: Are You What You Wear?
April, 3 2012
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