National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 15, No. 1, 1993

Becoming a Writer of Spanish and English
By Sarah Hudelson, Irene Serna
Employing a case study method, the writers make the point that bilingual students, progressing according to general patterns of writing development, make their own way and need to be understood, respected, and appreciated....

Constructing Knowledge in a Professional Community: The Writing Project as a Model for Classrooms
By Sheridan Blau
Blau argues that the "inquiry" experience that teachers encounter in the summer institute carries over into similar authentic teaching and learning experiences in their classrooms....

CSW Update
By NWP Staff

In the Fall I'll Return a Poet
By Pat Carney-Dalton

Multicultural Education Comes to Lake Wobegon
By John J. Erickson

NWP Report
By NWP Staff

Risky Business
By Susan Lytle
The author advocates the formation of collegial teacher research groups to collaborate in investigating "risky" questions that open up their classroom to closer scrutiny and the possibility of critique....

Useful Hoopla: Technology and Multiculturalism
By Stephen Marcus

Worth Noting
By NWP Staff

Writers' Workshop in the Primary Grades
By Liz Stafford
In a case study, Stafford describes how writing and writing workshop were the central dynamic for reducing a student's anger and building that student's feelings of security....

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