Situating Writing Pedagogy within the Educational Curriculum


  • Martha C. Pennington City University of Hong Kong



pedagogy, education, curriculum

Author Biography

Martha C. Pennington, City University of Hong Kong

Martha Pennington is Visiting Professor of English at City University of Hong Kong and editor of the journal Writing & Pedagogy. She is the author of The Computer and the Non-Native Writer (Hampton Press), Writing in an Electronic Medium: Research with Language Learners (Athelstan), and articles on the teaching of writing and the education of writing teachers that have appeared in Computers and Composition, Computer Assisted Language Learning, Journal of Second Language Writing, System, TESOL Quarterly, and many edited collections. She is also most recently a co-editor (with Pauline Burton) of The College Writing Toolkit: Tried and Tested Ideas for College Writing (Equinox) and co-author (with Barbara J. Hoekje) of Language Program Leadership for a Changing World: An Ecological Model (Emerald). Pennington has won awards for educational leadership from the UK as a National Teaching Fellow and from the TOEFL group of the Educational Testing Service (Princeton, New Jersey).




How to Cite

Pennington, M. C. (2014). Situating Writing Pedagogy within the Educational Curriculum. Writing and Pedagogy, 6(1), 1–30.