Faculty Referral Form
||Use this form if you would like to refer students to the Writing Center. receive confirmation that they attended, and see what they worked on during their session. You can also simply require students to bring you a Blue Slip (a signed visit voucher) to show that they came to the Writing Center for help and what they worked on during the session. |
|Working with students who are English language learners
||The Writing Center has useful articles on working effectively with students whose first language is a language other than English.
Addressing the Learning Needs of Speakers of English as a Second Language written by Writing Center consultant and ESL specialist, Gary Tessmer is a good place to start. For others please contact
firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to see other resources or materials. |
Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing
||For a great resource about helping college students improve their writing, please check out the Council of Writing Program Administrator's "Framework for Success in Postsecondary Writing." |
Sloan-C's video on course and syllabus design
|| View the Sloan Consortium's informative video on creating strong course goals, learning objectives, and assessments. |
Designing Engaging Writing Assignments
||Auburn University's video on "Interactive Writing." |
Vertical Writing Model
||Takes you to the Vertical Writing Model of the Writing Across the Curriculum program at Appalachian State University. This model, which tracks skills students will master through each of their four years, "was designed to give students continued support for writing during their careers at Appalachian, with writing experience each year, and a structure to archive writing for both students and the university." |
WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM AND THE ROLE OF THE WRITING CENTER
Visiting Director of the Writing Center
View here to explore the importance of writing across the curriculum and some ideas about how the Writing Center can help
you integrate writing into your classroom.
THE ARCHEOLOGY OF LEARNING: WHEN OUR STUDENTS WRITE THEIR WAY INTO KNOWLEDGE
Director of Composition
View here to explore in-depth the connections between writing and learning
at the college level.