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Participants in the Graduate Certificate for Writing Theory and Practice for In-Service Teachers will learn the theory and practice of college composition instruction. This 18-credit graduate certificate prepares middle and high school teachers for teaching college composition through dual enrollment by combining coursework in theory and practice from the field of Writing Studies. This program is designed for all forms of dual enrollment instruction, including AP courses, College Now, Willamette Promise, etc. At the same time, teachers will work on developing and/or refining their own voices as writers and assemble a capstone portfolio of materials for teaching writing. Whether currently teaching dual enrollment or considering it in the future, this certificate will enhance teachers’ knowledge about writing theory and best practices in writing instruction which will benefit all our students.
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