College of Architecture, Arts and Humanities

Faculty Bio

Salley, Leslie

Salley, Leslie

Position
Lecturer

Contact
Office: 311 Strode
Email: lsalley@clemson.edu

Selected Professional Works

Journal Articles & Book Chapters (Published)

“Holes.” Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Nonfiction. Ed. Dinty W. Moore. 21 (2006). Web. .

“‘Making Cities and Then Making Them Crumble’: Francesca Lia Block’s Place in the Young Adult Novel.” With Witt Salley. The ALAN Review: Journal of the Assembly on Literature for Adolescents of the National Council of Teachers of English. Eds. James Blasingame and Lori Atkins Goodson. 33.3 (2006): 81–92. Web. .

“Simulation Suggestions: Alternative Methods of Teaching Literature in the Middle School Classroom.” The Transescent: The Journal of the Missouri Middle School Association. Ed. Kathy Gibson. Missouri Middle School Association. 2004.

“Reflections from a Middle School Convert.” The Transescent: The Journal of the Missouri Middle School Association. Ed. Kathy Gibson. Missouri Middle School Association. 2002.

Conference Presentations (Delivered)

“Workload and Grading Management Roundtable.” Missouri Distance Learning Association Conference. Springfield, MO. 2010.

“Ease on Down the River: Best Practices for Teaching Developmental Reading in the Virtual Classroom.” Midwest Regional Association for Developmental Education. Hannibal, MO. 2009.

“Survival Skills for the Online Adjunctpreneur.” Missouri Distance Learning Association Conference. Osage Beach, MO. 2009.

“From Face-to-Face to Cyberspace: Transitions and Transformations in Online Teaching and Learning.” Special Interest Group. Two-Year College English Association–Midwest. St. Charles, MO. 2006.

“When Students Attack: Transcending Student Aggression, Conflict, and Hostility to Foster Learning in the Two-Year College Classroom.” Two-Year College English Association–Midwest. Peoria, IL. 2005.

“‘They’re Gonna Do It Anyway’: A New Metaphor for the Writing Center.” Conference on College Composition and Communication. San Antonio, TX. 2003.

“Painting over Fault-Lines: Where Do We Go with Bad Sessions?” National Writing Centers Association and Midwest Writing Centers Association Joint Conference. University of Kansas. Lawrence, KS. 2002.