Richard kent is the director of the maine writing project a site of the national writing project and an associate professor of literacy and english education at the university of maine a guide to creating student staffed writing centers grades 6 12 was named the 2006 book of the year of the international writing centers association an assembly of the national council of teachers of english. A guide to creating student staffed writing centers grades 6 12 revised edition is meant to invite instruct prepare and inspire teachers to develop writing centers in todays secondary schools and it does these essential tasks with a winning combination of hands on experience contemporary scholarship and professional chutzpah. A guide to creating student staffed writing centers grades 6 12 is a how to and ultimately a why to book for middle school and high school educators as well as for english language arts teacher candidates and their methods instructors. If teachers and school administrators are serious in taking these messages to heart they would do well to read and apply the lessons from richard kents impassioned and detailed book a guide to creating student staffed writing centers. Each spring a slew of college tutors graduate and head off to teach in grades 6 12 most of those tutors loved working at their college writing centers yet very few will start writing centers at their new schools true writing centers have not been a significant part of the k 12 landscape but after the success of their post secondary counterparts perhaps they should be
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