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ERIC Number: ED334575
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1989-Oct
Pages: 149
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Models, Methods, and Movements: The Multi-Faceted Writing Center: Selected Proceedings of the Annual Conference of the Midwest Writing Centers Association (31st, Clayton, Missouri, October 20-21, 1989).
Midwest Writing Centers Association, Minneapolis, MN.
This packet contains selected papers from a conference on writing centers: "Inner-City Writing Centers in St. Louis Public Schools" (Carmen Charleston); "Non-traditional Students in the Writing Lab" (Marilyn Cozad); "Cooperation between the Writing Center and Student Support Services" (Coralyn Dahl and Rita Worrall); "Evaluating a Writing Center: A Self-Study" (James Eison); "The Tutor/Faculty Partnership: It's Required" (Geoff Gajewski); "Assessing Success: Evaluating the Work of a Writing Center" (Stephen H. Goldman); "Specialists vs. Generalists: Managing the Writing Center/Learning Center Connection" (Dave Healy); "Partners across the Curriculum: The Integration of WAC and Writing Centers" (Beth Impson and others); "Learning Styles: Issues, Questions, and the Roles of the Writing Center Tutor" (Cindy Johanek); "Dabbling with a Database: Is the Pain Worth the Profit?" (Robert Marrs and others); "Model of Collaboration: The Peer Tutor" (Ellen Mohr); "A Model for a Campus-Wide Writing Center" (Judy Strickland and others); "The Writing Center Staff as a Faculty Resource" (Rosemarie Stocky and others); "Dialogue Journals in the Writing Center: Fostering Fluency and Rapport" (Cheryl Hofstetter Towns); and "Beyond Tutoring: Expanding the Definition and Services of a High School Writing Center" (James Upton and S. Kay Gerlmann). (PRA)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Midwest Writing Centers Association, Minneapolis, MN.
Identifiers: Collaborative Learning; Peer Coaching; Tutor Role; Writing Models