National Writing Project

The Quarterly

Vol. 15, No. 4, 1993

After the Summer Institute: Longitudinal Follow-up of Fellows in the Classroom
By Suzanne Bratcher, Elizabeth Stroble

Book Review: A Kind of Passport: A Basic Writing Adjunct Program, by Anne DiPardo
By Diana Bank

Book Review: Cultural Studies in the English Classroom, ed. by James Berlin & Michael Vivion
By Mary Beth Hines

CSW Update
By NWP Staff

The Classroom Coffeehouse
By A. Howard Brown

The National Writing Project Technology Network: Informed Exuberance
By Stephen Marcus

The View from a Rural Site
By Ann Dobie

The Writing Project on the Navajo Reservation
By Greg Larkin

Turning Telling into Knowing: Teacher and Student Literacy Stories
By Margrethe Ahlschwede, Joy Ritchie
The authors, directors of the Literacy Project for teachers, encouraged teachers to write their own reading and writing histories and look closely at their students' histories and daily practices as readers and writers....

Writing Together, Learning Together: Collaboration's Two-Way Street
By Mary Comstock
While conducting research in a fifth grade classroom, the author becomes involved with a student in a collaborative writing activity from which both she and the student benefit....

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