Implementing Writing-To-Learn in an Undergraduate Nursing Program
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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc.
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Shelves: RT71 .N74 Memorial Periodicals
Writing-to-Learn (WTL) is a paradigm for coordinating the learning of content with the development of cognitive skills needed to contextualize knowledge. The authors describe the place of writing assignments in existing courses, give examples of how assignments were revised to satisfy the intent of WTL as an instructional strategy, and describe the resources and support needed to facilitate its implementation in the curriculum.
McCarthy, Donna O. and Bowers, Barbara J., "Implementing Writing-To-Learn in an Undergraduate Nursing Program" (1994). College of Nursing Faculty Research and Publications. 233.