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mickey130

The Big List of Class Discussion Strategies | Cult of Pedagogy - 1 views

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    The Cult of Pedagogy website with suggestions for discussion strategies that might be useful for tutor training classes, by Jennifer Gonzalez. Also available to listen to as a podcast
mickey130

Videos of sample tutorials - 1 views

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    The University of Texas Writing Center has these short videos of sample consultations, including samples of bad consultations
mickey130

Introducing Susie: How to Create a Virtual Writing Center Tutor - Virtual - 2 views

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    Chloe Diepenbrock's :Introducing Susie: How to create a virtual Writing Center tutor," discusses virtual tutoring. Susie is the virtual tutor on the website for the Writing Center at the University of Houston-Clear Lake.
Amber Slater

The Breakroom Episode 6: The Required Visit with Dirk Calloway - 1 views

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    Video summary: "Dirk Calloway visits the Writing Center only because it's required. Jaymie assumes the worst about Dirk and their appointment goes horribly. Jaymie gets advice from her fellow peer writing tutors and learns how to work productively with Dirk."
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Proposing a Tutor Training Course - 1 views

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    syllabus examples included
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Sticky Situation: Disparaging Comments by Faculty - 2 views

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    discussing how, if at all, the WC should intervene when a faculty member expresses negative remarks about a student
Lee Ann Glowzenski

the role of the receptionist - 0 views

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    discussing the unique responsibilities of the receptionist in a WC/LC setting
Lee Ann Glowzenski

Journal of Writing Research - JoWR - 1 views

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    "The Journal of Writing Research (JoWR) is an international peer reviewed journal that publishes high quality theoretical, empirical, and review papers covering the broad spectrum of writing research.

    The mandate of the Journal of Writing Research is:

    to publish excellent and innovative writing research drawn from a range of academic disciplines (e.g. psychology, linguistics, pedagogy, design studies, communication studies, information and communication technology, learning and teaching)
    to stimulate interdisciplinary writing research
    to be fully international
    to apply high academic standards, including double blind peer review
    to share knowledge through open access
    "
Lee Ann Glowzenski

dress code policies - 1 views

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    a sometimes-heated debate of dress codes
Lee Ann Glowzenski

The Configuration of Writing Centers in Learning Commons (Responses) - 2 views

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    survey data with written responses covering administration, budget, programming, physical space, and many more topics
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