The Not-So-Brief Life and Times of the UH Writing Mentors Program

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2017-04-08
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Sammons, Todd
Ito, Matthew
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Honolulu: 2017 UH First-Year Writing Symposium
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The UH Writing Mentors Program was founded in the UH-Manoa English Department by the now-retired Professor Jim Henry about a decade ago; he was more than ably assisted then by Holly Bruland, who wrote a dissertation on the program's early days. Given by the current director of the program, this session will discuss how the program has over the years provided supplemental writing instruction by UHM English Department graduate students to UHM first-year writing students.
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This talk was presented as part a Breakout Session 2 | Panel 3: "Program Development of Embedded Tutors." This is the full PDF of the talk's speaking notes.
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mentoring, supplemental instruction, collaboration
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