The WPA Outcomes Statement is important because it represents a
working consensus among composition scholars about what college
students should learn and do in a composition program. But as a
single-page document, the statement cannot convey the kind of
reflective process that a writing program must undertake to address
the learning outcomes described.
The Outcomes Book relates the fuller process by exploring the
matrix of concerns that surrounded the developing Statement itself,
and by presenting the experience of many who have since employed it
in their own settings.
Subjects: Language & Literature, Education
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