The University of South Florida’s writing program, MyReviewers, integrates Process Pedagogy into its curriculum by initiating collaborations between instructor-and-student and student-and-student.
Students of this program upload three drafts for each project accompanied by outlines, peer reviews, and revision plans in order to emphasize the process of writing more than the product of writing. During this process, students experience the progression of their early drafts to their final drafts. This process includes extensive feedback from a group of 3-4 student peers and graded comments from the instructor as well as a one-on-one meeting with the instructor to address problems specific to that student. With this abundance of reviewers, students pinpoint recurring errors in their work so they can fix the problems for not only that project but also for future projects.
This type of progression incorporated in MyReviewers discourages students from viewing the writing process as isolated—rather, students view themselves as active participators and contributors in a writing community, consistently developing and evaluating their own process of writing.