CFP: [Graduate] From Writing Center to Writing Classroom

full name / name of organization: 
Evelyn Reid
contact email: 
ereid01@ccny.cuny.edu

Deadline Extended to May 6th!

Tutoring writing and teaching writing are two very different
undertakings.
Writing Centers offer a very individualized learning environment that is
difficult to emulate in a classroom setting. At the same time, the goals
that one sets for an entire class are vastly different thant the goals
for
a tutoring session. For those of us expereinced in both worlds, these
differences can be both troublesome and inspiring.
I am seeking papers/presentations that address any of the following
topics:
How does tutoring experience affect your teaching style?

How does teaching experience affect your tutoring style?

What role does the Writing Center play in your classes?

What problems have you encountered with your students and the Writing
Center?

I am also interested in the perspectives of Writng Center staff without
teaching experience.

Please submit proposals by May 3rd to lreid14_at_rci.rutgers.edu or
ereid01_at_ccny.cuny.edu

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