National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 13, No. 3, 1991

Book Review: Developing Successful College Writing Programs, by Edward M. White
By Robert Gundlach

Center for the Study of Writing: The First Five Years
By NWP Staff

Inservice for Administrators: Implementing Writing Across the Curriculum in Window Rock
By Suzanne Bratcher, Dorothea C. Lincoln, Roger Shor, Elizabeth Stroble
The authors describe an across–the–curriculum workshop for administrators which "transformed the writing across the curriculum effort from a series of isolated grass–roots attempts to change education practice into a concerted team effort....

Joining the Debate: Shouldn't Writing Teachers Write?
By Tim Gillespie

NWP Report: Mini-grants
By Carol Jago, Phyllis Mabry, Kathy A. Megyeri, Lynn Murray, Ronald Tirpak

On Being a Summer Fellow
By Miriam Ylvisaker

Professor to Journalist: Reflections on a Rigorous Apprenticeship
By James Metcalf

Vygotsky and the Teaching of Writing
By Barbara Everson
Everson believes that although Vygotsky was more interested in thought processes than language acquisition, most of his research in language development speaks to some aspect of writing instruction....

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