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Faculty Resources

Suggest a tutor

Do you have a stand-out writer in your class? Please let me know. The Writing Center hires excellent writers from all majors. Contact Writing Center Director Angela Woodward at awoodward@edgewood.edu

Three effective practices for teaching writing

What practices make the most difference in student learning? Teaching with writing can have a big impact on student learning, or not, depending on how you assign. Below is a two-page newsletter relaying recent key findings in writing scholarship.

 Three Effective Practices for Teaching Writing pdf


What do your students get out of using the Writing Center?

Our tutors work with your students from where they are, and show them steps to get to where they want to be. We engage in meaningful conversations about writing, and offer constructive feedback about what students can improve. We don’t turn a “C” paper into an “A” paper, and often extensive work on thesis and organization may leave surface errors. When students come in ten minutes before the paper is due, we do what we can, and suggest they come back earlier next time. When students do extensive revisions and come back trumpeting their success, we tell them not to thank us. They did the work themselves. Please encourage your students to come in and work with us.

See our Hierarchy of Concerns for what we work on, and how we talk about it:

Hierarchy of Concerns Student PDF
 

Schedule a workshop or consultation

Invite me to your class. I can explain the benefits of tutoring, work on a specific writing assignment, co-teach a particular lesson or project, or sit in for a peer review session.



Hours 

Mon-Thur 9-9, Fri 9-2, Sun 1-5

No appointment necessary – please walk in

Contact

Angela Woodward
awoodward@edgewood.edu
608-663-3293