End with Praise and a Review In the college writing center, we always end writing conferences by reviewing what the student and writing assistant worked on during the conference.
What does CWC stand for?
CWC stands for College Writing Center (various schools)
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- Coffee with Conscience
- Cold War Kids (band)
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- Collapsible Water Container (US NASA)
- Combat Weather Center
- Commercial Window Cleaning (various locations)
- Commission on Wartime Contracting (Arlington, VA; est. 2007)
- Community Water Company (Green Valley, AZ)
- Community Workers Co-operative (Ireland)
- Community Worship Center (various locations)
- Compact Wavelength Compensator (Zygo Corp.)
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- Composite Warfare Commander
- Composite Wood Council
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Presenters are encouraged to focus on one of five areas: * Addressing diverse student populations * Facilitating successful tutoring sessions * Assessment and research * Incorporating technology * Peer tutoring in the 2-year college Two-year college writing center directors, peer and professional tutors, and the writers who visit 2-year college writing centers are encouraged to present.
While my narrative encourages college writing centers to reach out to the local schools in their communities, the directors' stories communicate how different schools created and nurtured their own writing centers.
Alice Trupe, the director of the Bridgewater College Writing Center, suggests that "[the] writer can establish a structure for his paper [by] establish[ing] some goals for communicating with the reader" (69).
It was April, so by this time, as a student intern in the Marist College Writing Center, I had already been meeting with concerned, diligent students for months.
Elise Bishop and Susan Stadig start us off with a narrative tracing their problems and solutions for creating a successful collaboration between Bishop's college writing center and Stadig's high school.
In regards to the question "How can college writing center people get into public schools?
As a college writing center assistant, I did not expect to have the opportunity to help students other than the college-age variety.