The Writing Instruction Support (WIS) program provides assistance to faculty who are teaching or incorporating writing in their courses.
We can help by:
- Providing information about writing course requirements
- Supporting or co-sponsoring instructional activities such as the WIS Summer Retreat and online professional development
- Offering resources on teaching and assessing writing
We provide consultation about writing proficiency requirements and course requirements, best practices for teaching and assessing writing, and professional development events.
This online learning module explores ways to make your assignments more purposeful, transparent, and equitable.
Your guide to teaching at WWU. Explore this guide for ideas to support your teaching endeavors.
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Assignments that are clearly stated and relevant to the course curriculum enhance student learning and bolster the writing process.
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These tips will help you design low-stakes writing assignments to help students practice, learn, and self-assess.