At least one teacher training course requires students to write essays on the Alexander Technique (for example, on Alexander’s books) as a mandatory part of the course. Other training courses have writing as an optional extra.
Training courses can be accredited by The Open College Network (in the UK), where writing is part of the course.
Writing on the Technique, reflections on or a diary of learning the Technique has or is used on some acting and music colleges as part of learning the Technique. For example, in ‘The Alexander Technique as part of the degree course at the Royal College of Music, London’ by Peter Buckoke describes details of the degree course where Level 1 includes having to submit a diary of about 1,000 words.
The Alexander Technique and Autobiographical Writing by Joan Diamond explains how to use autobiographical writing (i.e. writing about one’s past experiences) to become aware of patterns of thinking and behaving.
There are examples of children of the Little School writing stories about or involving the Alexander Technique in The Alexander Times Vol. 1: 1929-1932 and Vol. 2: 1933-1934 edited by Jean M. O. Fischer (Mouritz, 2017).