National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 9, No. 3, 1987

CSW Update
By NWP Staff

Assessment in Context: Toward a National Writing Project Model
By Don Gallehr

Book Review: Research on Written Composition, by George Hillocks, Jr.
By Russell K. Durst

Book Review: The Art of Teaching Writing, by Lucy McCormick Calkins
By Jonathan Lovell

Center for the Study of Writing and National Writing Project Represented at National Essay Contest
By NWP Staff

How Teachers Teach Teachers
By Mary Ann Smith
Smith focuses on the qualities of a successful presentation: selectivity, attention to theory, inclusion of student models, active participation by the teacher audience, and reflection on what has happened....

Institutionalizing Inquiry
By Miles Myers
Myers urges teacher-researchers to recognize that their long-term goal must be fundamental change in the way schools are organized, and this change can best be accomplished by institutionalizing teacher research in the schools....

McQuade Named Chancellor's Fellow
By NWP Staff

By Arthur Applebee

Style Study: One Connection Between Reading and Writing
By Rebekah Caplan
Caplan describes how she works with concepts of "telling" and "showing" in writing, as she introduces models from professional writers and asks students to put these concepts to work as they develop their own styles....

Tradition and the Indiana Writing Project
By Forrest Houlette, Paul Ranieri

Two Years in the Writing Center
By Laurie Bottoms

Working with the Scandinavian Affiliates: A Case for International Collaboration
By Mary K. Healy

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