Resources for K-12 Teachers

 

Fall and Spring Hours:

Monday-Thursday  10 a.m.--8 p.m.

Friday  9 a.m.--3 p.m.

Sunday  2 p.m.--8 p.m.

 

We also offer consulations in the following spots on campus! 

            Center for American Indian Studies, Tues/Thursdays, 2-4 p.m

            Vet Center, Tuesdays 2-3 p.m., Thursdays 11-noon

            Wenona Cook hall, Tuesdays, 7-9 p.m.

            Heidepriem hall, Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m.

            Thomas hall, Thursdays, 7-9 p.m.


Visit our HANDOUTS page for resources on writing conventions, sentence-level skills, and documenting sources in APA, MLA, and Chicago.  



To make an appointment, visit the WAC, call 642-6922, or email at WritingCenter@BHSU.edu.  Walk-ins are always welcome as space allows.  Note:  If you are seeking feedback on a partial or complete draft, please bring two copies to your session.


Students do not necessarily need an appointment to visit the center. The Writing Center is designed as an Open Writing Lab, a place and space for student writers to work on their essays, papers, and speeches with the added advantage of consultants on hand to offer feedback and answer questions.  Walk-ins are welcome as space allows, and students are welcome to work independently and seek feedback from consultants when they are available.  We have work stations and reference materials available, as well as drafting computers and access to wireless printing.

 

 

 


The BHSU Writing Center website provides South Dakota K-12 teachers with:

  • Teaching resources and relevant links organized according to South Dakota Content Standard Indicators for easy access and applicability.
  • Professional writing resources for teachers-as-writers, including models and aids for professional documents teacher write as well as resources for writing for publication.
  • Information technology links and resources.
  • An interactive listserv designed to facilitate communication between BHSU education and writing faculty and K-12 writing and language arts faculty.
  • Details of SD University Entrance and Degree Requirements specifically created to more smoothly transition the South Dakota high school student into a college learning environment.
  • Materials and content requested by K-12 teachers, emphasizing the univeristy's desire to repond to K-12 educators' needs and concerns.
Black Hills State University

LOCATION:
First Floor of E.Y. Berry Library
PHONE: 
642-6922
EMAIL:  
WritingCenter@bhsu.edu