Writing Center Toolkit - 3 views
A toolkit for writing center directors and trainers who want to use the "flipped" approach to training.
Each student cultivates a unique online space to showcase their best work, and teachers assess performance as it progresses.
Student groups collaborate on projects that address real-world questions, and share their findings with a real-world audience.
Teachers post homework, group work, and classroom goals
Topic and audience are often very intertwined and work to inform each other. Start with a broad view of your topic such as skateboarding, pollution, or the novel Jane Eyre and then try to focus or refine your topic into a concise thesis statement by thinking about your audience. Here are some questions you can ask yourself about audience: