WPA 34.2 (Spring 2011)

Contents of WPA: Writing Program Administration 34.2 (Spring 2011)

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Letter from the Editors

Addressing Instructor Ambivalence about Peer Review and Self-Assessment
Pamela Bedore and Brian O’Sullivan

Troubling the Boundaries: (De)Constructing WPA Identities at the Intersections of Race and Gender     
Collin Lamont Craig and Staci Maree Perryman-Clark

Lessons about Writing to Learn from a University-High School Partnership
Bradley Peters

Cohorts, Grading, and Ethos: Listening to TAs Enhances Teacher Preparation
Amy Rupiper Taggart and Margaret Lowry

WPAs Respond to “A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality”

Response to “A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality”
Sue Doe

Fostering Teacher Quality through Cultures of Professionalism
Claire Coleman Lamonica

Response to “A Symposium on Fostering Teacher Quality”
Mike Palmquist

Crabgrass and Gumbo: Interviews with 2011 WPA Conference Local Hosts about the Place of Writing Programs at their Home Institutions
Shirley K Rose, Irwin Peckham, and James C. McDonald

Review Essays

What Is Real College Writing? Let the Disagreement Never End
Peter Elbow

  • Sullivan, Patrick, and Howard Tinberg. What Is “College-Level” Writing?
  • Sullivan, Patrick, Howard Tinberg, and Sheridan Blau. What Is “College-Level” Writing? Volume 2: Assignments, Readings, and Student Writing Samples.

Reinventing Writing Assessment: How the Conversation Is Shifting
William Condon

  • Adler-Kassner, Linda, and Peggy O’Neill. Reframing Writing Assessment to Improve Teaching and Learning.
  • Broad, Bob, Linda Adler-Kassner, Barry Alford, Jane Detweiler, Heide Estrem, Susanmarie Harrington, Maureen McBride, Eric Stalions, and Scott
  • Weeden. Organic Writing Assessment: Dynamic Criteria Mapping in Action.
  • Elliott, Norbert. On a Scale: A Social History of Writing Assessment in America.
  • Ericsson, Patricia Freitag, and Richard Haswell. Machine Scoring of Student Essays: Truth and Consequences.
  • Huot, Brian and Peggy O’Neill, eds. Assessing Writing: A Critical Sourcebook.
  • Huot, Brian. (Re)Articulating Writing Assessment for Teaching and Learning.
  • Lynne, Patricia. Coming To Terms: A Theory of Writing Assessment.
  • Neal, Michael R. Writing Assessment and the Revolution in Digital Texts and Technologies.
  • O’Neill, Peggy, Cindy Moore, and Brian Huot. A Guide to College Writing Assessment.
  • Paretti, Marie C. and Katrina M. Powell, eds. Assessment of Writing.
  • Weigle, Sara Cushing. Assessing Writing.
  • Wilson, Maja. Rethinking Rubrics in Writing Assessment.
  • Wolcott, Willa, with Sue M. Legg. An Overview of Writing Assessment: Theory, Research, and Practice.




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