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Good day good people,

I was wondering if anyone had any resources, useful tools or recommendations you use when you work with a student on their writing in general. I mostly work with students on particular assignments, so the instruction stays pretty structured to what is at hand; however, I have recently had a few students referred to me by faculty, because they need to 'improve their writing'.  I have a slew of intake forms and tools to evaluate and structure an initial meeting with a student seeking academic support, but really nothing for writing. I am open to anything from a survey, questionnaire or anything to help prompt a discussion for the student to self-assess or candidly talk about their writing or challenges to their writing. This would help plan for future meetings or things to work on between meetings. As a background I serve mostly graduate and professional students (some upper-level undergrads) in the health sciences (medicine, nursing, pharmacy, etc.) Anything you have to share would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks,
Brian

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Brian Cuzzolina, MSEd|Academic  Development Specialist
Thomas Jefferson University|130 S. 9th St. (Edison), Suite 1125 |Philadelphia, PA 19107
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