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Education Writing Resources

Ackerman, John M. (1993). The Promise of Writing to Learn. Written Communication: 334-370.

Coleman, E. B. (1992). Writing to learn, writing to think in a computer course for preservice teachers. Journal of Computing in Teacher Education, 8, 4- 6.

Daisey, P. (1993). Three ways to promote the values and uses of literacy at any age. Journal of Reading, 36, 436.

Rousculp. E. E. & Maring, G. H. (1992). Portfolios for a community of learners. Journal of Reading, 35, 378.

Schriver, Karen A. (1992). Teaching writers to anticipate reader's needs: A classroom- evaluated pedagogy. Written Communication: 179-208.

Silva, Tony, Ilona Leki, and Joan Carson. (1997). Broadening the perspective of mainstream composition studies: Some thoughts from the disciplinary margins. Written Communication: 360-397.

Sperling, Melanie. (1991). Dialogues of deliberation conversation in the teacher-student writing conference. Written Communication: 131-162.

Watson, K. and M. A. Traxler. Writing across the curriculum: creating a professional writing sequence for a teacher education program. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. 351294).

Zhu, Wei. (1995). Effects of training for peer response on students' comments and interactions. Written Communication: 492-528.