05BF5C3D-FE25-CDD2-D0B43F36A4F6028E
5FE5DC56-B2B0-82CA-538B28016054EA90
Public Events
Public Events Calendar >>

DIRECTIONS AND COLLEGE MAP

Media Relations
315-859-4680

Preparing Educators for Online Writing Instruction: Principles and Processes

National Council of Teachers of English

By Beth L. Hewett and Christa Ehmann ’94
Posted December 31, 2004
Tags Alumni Books Faculty Books
Within this framework, the book offers a theoretical justification for online writing instruction (OWI) and a fully developed approach to training educators for such instruction—whether in networked classrooms, distance learning, e-mail- or Internet-based conferences, or online tutoring. The book includes concrete examples of asynchronous (non-real-time) and synchronous (real-time) training methods, complete with illustrations and screen shots, showing clearly how instructors can learn to engage their students in productive conversations about their writing with or without face-to-face contact.

Three appendixes offer additional information on selecting instructors for OWI, findings from a two-year study on whether and how students use OWI, and an extensive glossary.

This book is ideal for directors of online instructional programs and teachers of graduate and advanced undergraduate methods courses. Because the book employs and addresses the broader instructional issues of adult and e-learning education, it will be appropriate for some corporate learning settings. Educators, professional trainers, and administrators in a variety of fields can extrapolate principles and processes for their own disciplinary contexts despite the book’s disciplinary focus on writing.

Comments

No comments yet.

Cupola