Three RIC Faculty and Their Continually Improving Writing Pedagogy
Karen Surman Paley
As part of a panel presentation with Pierre Morenon on fifteen years of writing across the curriculum (WAC) work at Rhode Island College at a national conference on composition, I wanted to present some examples of writing pedagogy in various disciplines. I was new to RIC at the time and so I relied on my composition colleagues, Marjorie Roemer and Meg Carroll, for initial suggestions of whom to interview. The research question was how did the writing pedagogy of these faculty change over the years in part due to training and seminars offered by the college wide Writing Board.