Classroom-based writing tutoring is a distinct form of writing support, a hybrid instructional method that engages multiple voices and texts within the college classroom. Tutors work on location in the thick of writing instruction and writing activity.
On Location is the first volume to discuss this emerging practice in a methodical way. The essays in this collection integrate theory and practice to highlight the alliances and connections on-location tutoring offers while suggesting strategies for resolving its conflicts. Contributors examine classroom-based tutoring programs located in composition courses as well as in writing intensive courses across the disciplines.
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Table of ContentsCONTENTS Acknowledgments Introduction: On Location in Classroom-Based Writing Tutoring Candace Spigelman and Laurie Grobman PART ONE: CREATING NEW ALLIANCES AND CONNECTIONS THROUGH CLASSROOM-BASED WRITING TUTORING 1 Diplomatic Relations: Peer Tutors in the Writing Classroom Teagan Decker 2 General Readers and Classroom Tutors Across the Curriculum Mary Soliday 3 Building Bridges to Academic Discourse: The Peer Group Leader in Basic Writing Peer Response Groups Laurie Grobman 4 Writing and Reading Community Learning: Collaborative Learning among Writing Center Consultants, Students, and Teachers Jim Ottery, Jean Petrolle, Derek Boczkowski, and Steve Mogge 5 Tutors' Voices Building Trust and Community in Peer Writing Group Classrooms Casey Gonzalez PART TWO: RECONCILING PEDAGOGICAL COMPLICATIONS IN CLASSROOM-BASED WRITING TUTORING 6 The Idea of a Writing Center Meets the Reality of Classroom-Based Tutoring Barbara Little Liu and Holly Mandes 7 Bringing The Noise: Peer Power and Authority, On Location Steven J. Corbett 8 A Cautionary Tale about "Tutoring" Peer-Response Groups Melissa Nicolas 9 Tutors' Voices - Active Revision in a Peer Group: The Role of the Peer Group Leader Kelly Giger PART THREE: ADDRESSING ISSUES OF AUTHORITY AND ROLE DEFINITION IN CLASSROOM-BASED WRITING TUTORING 10 Contextualizing Issues of Power and Promise: Classroom-based Tutoring in Writing Across the Curriculum Marti Singer, Robin Breault, and Jennifer Wing 11 Classroom-Based Tutoring and the "Problem" of Tutor Identity: Highlighting the Shift from Writing Center to Classroom-Based Tutoring David Martins and Thia Wolf 12 "I've Got No Strings on Me": Avoiding Marionette Theater with Peer Consultants in the Classroom Susan Hrach Georgecink 13 Reconstructing Authority: Negotiating Power in Democratic Learning Sites Candace Spigelman 14 Tutors' Voices - Institutional Change and the University of Wisconsin-Madison Writing Fellows Program Jennifer Corroy Conclusion: Hybrid Matters: The Promise of Tutoring On Location Laurie Grobman and Candace Spigelman Notes References Index Contributors