Reflection

Spring 2022 Reflection Isha Devani June 6, 2022 Working at the WC has been a really great opportunity for me to learn more about my interest in tutoring. Not only this, but this experience has also helped me know how confident I can be in my ability to help others with their work. As Defoe […]

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Multimodality Accommodation & Neurodivergence Andrew Johnson December 20, 2021 This year involved a lot of exposure to new ideas for me (and for everyone). I have been working on research involving multimodal communication, and I recently received a diagnosis for ADHD. Both of these have opened my eyes to new ways I can interact with […]

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Deadlines Can Suck It Andrew Johnson May(be) 5, 2022 Sometimes it’s okay to be behind schedule. I had a lot go wrong this semester that helped put me behind. Although I do tend to run behind (Hofstadter’s Law is basically my life motto), this semester the rain decided – in true Vancouver fashion – to […]

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Writing Centre Self-Reflection  Allison Stephan  April 14, 2022 I was somewhat nervous when I started working at the Writing Centre. I had never done formal tutoring like this before, and I could tell that there was a lot to learn, once again, in another part-time job. I had previously taught English to second language speakers, […]

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Repeat Appointments Meg Armour  April 25, 2022  Something that stood out as important to me this semester was the value of recurring appointments. Throughout the previous semester I had very few repeat appointments, those being primarily from my embedded English class. During the spring semester of 2022 the majority of my appointments were recurring which […]

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Arden’s Reflection Arden Medina April 26, 2022  This semester was my final semester working as a writing tutor for Trinity Western’s Learning Commons and Writing Centre. Working at the writing center over the years has been a joy and I am going to miss the people I have met and the experiences of working with […]

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Spencer’s Reflection Spencer Funk April 24, 2022  This last semester has been a period of challenge and growth for me as a student and a writing tutor. At the beginning of the semester, classes, writing appointments, and other meetings were moved online due to changing COVID-19 restrictions. I found this transition to be quite challenging, […]

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Writing Centre Reflection Lael Louw April 22, 2022  Writing, as an exercise in hospitality, communion, and generosity has always been something that I have always approached with a sense of passion. Stepping into the writing tutor role was an exciting way for me to participate in the communal act of writing. Writing is a community-based […]

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Spring 2022 Reflections Sishuo Alice Yang April 20, 2022  To be honest, it was my first semester in the Writing Center, and again, it was one of my most rewarding. From being overwhelmed at first to being able to think independently and answer students’ questions with ease, these valuable experiences have seen me grow. Although […]

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Semester Reflection Grace Galbearth April 27, 2022  Intro  This semester, I have had the opportunity to take the time to observe how my role as a writing tutor for the past 7 years has transformed me as both a peer educator and a human being. This reflection will expound upon what I have learned, enjoyable […]

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