Table of Contents
Karen Gabrielle Johnson and Ted Roggenbuck
PART I. EXTERNAL CONCERNS THAT AFFECT TUTOR EDUCATION
Elisabeth H. Buck
Russell Carpenter, Scott Whiddon, and Courtnie Morin
Part II. METHODS AND FRAMEWORKS FOR TUTOR DEVELOPMENT
Lisa Cahill, Molly Rentscher, Kelly Chase, Darby Simpson, and Jessica Jones
Jared Featherstone, Rodolfo Barrett, and Maya Chandler
Kelsey Hixson-Bowles and Roger Powell
Rebecca Crews and Katie Garahan
Tom Earles and Leigh Ryan
Part III. SPECIFIC FOCI WITHIN TUTOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS
Dan Gallagher and Aimee Maxfield
Katherine DeLuca and Hsing-Yin Cynthia Lin
Sarah Peterson Pittock and Erica Cirillo-McCarthy
About the Editors
Karen Gabrielle Johnson directs undergraduate and graduate writing tutoring as well as writing fellow programs at Shippensburg University. Her research has focused on the impact tutoring has on writing improvement and students' perceptions of their improvement and writing support. She has served on the IWCA and MAWCA Executive Boards and is currently serving as a Co-editor of WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.
Ted Roggenbuck directs the Writing and Literacy Engagement Studio at Bloomsburg University, an undergraduate peer center. His research focuses on literacy and patchwriting. He is also currently a Co-editor of WLN: A Journal of Writing Center Scholarship.
Publication Information: Johnson, Karen G., and Ted Roggenbuck, editors. How We Teach Writing Tutors: A WLN Digital Edited Collection. 2019, https://wlnjournal.org/digitaleditedcollection1/
Web Publication Date: January 15, 2019
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