Consultations on Teaching Writing
Writing Center Director, Dr. Jennifer Follett, is happy to discuss writing pedagogy with faculty who teach writing in any discipline or who rely on writing assignments to assess student learning. You may want to ask for a consultation if:
- You plan to integrate a new writing assignment into your course;
- You are not getting the results you hope for from students' writing;
- You have questions about how to give feedback to student writers or how to evaluate their writing;
- You would like to try informal writing assignments as learning tools and want to brainstorm how;
- You feel overwhelmed by the amount of time you spend responding to and grading student writing.
Email Jen at email@example.com to set up a time to talk!
Consultations on Teaching Speaking or Multimodal Presentations
Many UD faculty incorporate individual or small group presentations into their courses to help students learn material; enhance their graphic design and public speaking skills; and to facilitate peer-to-peer learning and collaboration.
Writing Center Associate Director for Oral Communication, Christopher Volker, is happy to discuss efforts like integrating presentations, speeches, and poster projects into your course. You can ask him about:
- Assigning individual or group presentations;
- Supporting students' multimedia projects with feedback and resources;
- Evaluating multimedia or speech assignments.
Email Chris at firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a time to talk!
Writing Fellows Roundtable
If you think you might be interested in requesting a Writing Fellow for your class, but are not sure how best to integrate them into your class, join us for a Writing Fellows Roundtable. Faculty who have worked with Writing Center Writing Fellows will talk about their experiences and will happily answer your questions and help you think through what a Writing Fellow could do for you.
Spring 2021 Writing Fellows Roundtable date TBA (will be in April 2021).
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