This site offers resources that address how and why writing can be effective catalysts for learning in any discipline.
Faculty, instructors, graduate teaching assistants, and anyone else involved in this initiative will find useful resources on this site related to assigning writing, grading and responding to student writing, the importance of critical thinking, the challenges associated with integrating writing into a course, and much more.
For more information about gtPathways, contact Tobi Jacobi.
Four workshops are scheduled for Spring 2015. View the complete schedule
Adam Smith meets Jane Eyre: Incorporating Writing into the Social Sciences
Presented by Melanie Long, Economics & Edward Teather-Posadas, Economics
Tips for Providing Positive and Concise Feedback on Student Writing
Presented by Ellen Ratajack, Psychology & Javier Ospina, Psychology
Do You Have a Few Minutes?: Reflections on Engaging Student Learning through Office Hours
Presented by Yan Shan, Sociology & Kendra Appelman-Eastvedt, Political Science
Constructing Written Criticisms that Students will Use (and Value)
Presented by Josh Hendrickson, Sociology & Hallie Meeker, Anthropology
The gtPathways-WAC competition, administered cooperatively by the University Writing Program and TILT, was funded in 2012 by TILT and the College of Liberal Arts in order to encourage innovations to the gtPathways writing integration. Through this initiative, competition winners became Writing Research Fellows for 2012-13 and undertook relatively small projects that directly support the gtPathways Writing Integration Initiative. View the complete report