Table of Contents

Foreword        Betsy O. Barefoot and John N. Gardner

Chapter 1        Five Essential Principles about Writing Transfer, Jessie L. Moore

Critical Sites of Impact Chapters

Chapter 2        Transfer and Educational Reform in the 21st Century: College and Career Readiness and the Common Core Standards, Linda Adler-Kassner

Chapter 3        Pedagogy and Learning in a Digital Ecosystem, Rebecca Frost Davis

Chapter 4        Writing, Transfer, and ePortfolios: A Possible Trifecta in Supporting Student Learning, Kathleen Blake Yancey

Chapter 5        Writing High-Impact Practices: Developing Proactive Knowledge in Complex Contexts, Peter Felten

Chapter 6        Diversity, Global Citizenship, and Writing Transfer, Brooke Barnett, Woody Pelton, Francois Masuka, Kevin Morrison, and Jessie L. Moore

Chapter 7        Telling Expectations about Academic Writing: If Not Working, What about Knotworking?, Carmen M. Werder

Principles at Work: Implications for Practice

Chapter 8        Re-Thinking the Role of Higher Education in College Preparedness and Success from the Perspective of Writing Transfer, Alison Farrell, Sandra Kane, Cecilia Dube, and Steve Salchak

Chapter 9        Teaching for Transfer, Liane Robertson and Kara Taczak

Chapter 10      Student Drafting Behaviors in and Beyond the First Year Seminar, Diane E. Boyd

Chapter 11      Cueing and Adapting First-Year Writing Knowledge: Support for Transfer into Disciplinary Writing, Gwen Gorzelsky, Carol Hayes, Ed Jones, and Dana Lynn Driscoll

Chapter 12      Promoting Cross-Disciplinary Transfer: A Case Study in Genre Learning, Mary Goldschmidt

Chapter 13      “The Hardest Thing with Writing is Not Getting Enough Instruction”: Helping Educators Guide Students through Writing Challenges, Elizabeth Wardle and Nicolette Mercer Clement


Chapter 14      Coda: Writing Transfer and the Future of the Integrated University, Randall Bass