National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 10, No. 4, 1988

Book Review: On Composition and Computers, by Deborah H. Holdstein
By Bob Fulkerth

Book Review: The Plural I - and After, by William Coles
By Jo Keroes

Collective Survival: Using Question Journals in the Classroom
By Valerie Hobbs

CSW Update
By NWP Staff

Education Reform
By James Gray

Portfolio Assessment: An Annotated Bibliography
By Lillian Bridwell-Bowles, Karen Greenburg, Sandra Murphy
Bibliographical annotations on major works up to 1988 focused on portfolio assessment....

Re-embedding "Disembedded" Visions of Young Children's Writing Development
By Anne Haas Dyson

Report: Inside the New Hampshire Writing Project
By William Strong
Visiting the unaffiliated New Hampshire Writing Project, Strong concludes that the NWP institutes, with their emphasis on teacher expertise, are more likely to empower teachers than is New Hampshire's instruction in teaching methods....

Teachers' Perceptions of the Role of Process in Writing about Literature
By Phyllis MacAdam, George E. Newell
The authors make a case for fostering "student ownership of their own experience" when teaching literature, in the same way that many teachers do when they teach writing....

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