This video is the first video in our Tutor Training Series. This video was filmed at the Purdue University Writing Lab in the fall of 2015. The goal of this video series is to present writing center best practices to future writing lab tutors.
In this video, the tutor encounters a student that is uncertain regarding what they want to focus on during the tutorial. The tutee gravitates towards grammar as a concern. The tutor must navigate a lower-order concern with the higher-order focus on the writing lab.
Tagged under: Purdue University (College/University),Purdue Writing Lab,Writing Center Theory,Tutor Training
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