Author Biographies

Tyler is a middle school English teacher in Harrison, Michigan. He is in his third year of teaching and also enjoys coaching at his high school.


The task of defining college writing is one that will more than likely never find a definitive end. As writing teachers it is important to understand what the future for our students holds, but for those college-bound students it can often be hard to predict. With new resources such as Joseph Harris’ Rewriting: How to do Things With Texts, and National Writing Project’s College, Career, and Community Writers Program teachers can be sure they are guiding that population of students toward a successful academic future. This piece explores some of the specific resources and tools that I have found most effective for promoting effective strategies often found in college writing.

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