Those who have finished the peer tutor-training can continue their education to become a Writing Fellow.
Ideally, the Writing Fellow-training should be started after the successful conclusion of the peer tutor-training. Writing Fellows are writing tutors who support lecturers in selected courses if they chose to include more writing exercises for the students. This way, writing can be used as a tool to convey the course’s content, help students establish a routine for their writing process, and teach subject-specific writing.
Upcoming dates for the training course:
October 13, 2021, 10.00 a.m. – 2.00 p.m.
Training Content and Structure
- Module 1: training course
- Module 2: Writing-didactical support during a course
After attending (and actively participating in) the training course for Writing Fellows you will support a course from the faculty financing your education. Both, the course’s lecturer and the attending Writing Fellow, are responsible for a successful cooperation between the two parties.
After the successful conclusion of your first course, you will receive a certificate for the Writing-Fellow-Training that will include a list of everything you did during the training.
The costs for your training will be financed by the faculty on which you are studying. The responsible person can request a detailed statement of cost. If you are interested in the training but do not know whom to talk to on your faculty, contact us!