A writing project: training teachers of composition from kindergarten to college

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Heineman Educational Books, 1985 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 246 pages
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Contents

Introduction
5
How to Read This Book
7
Assumptions About Teaching Writing and Teaching Teachers
15
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Harvey A. Daniels is Associate Professor of Education at Rosary College, River Forest, Illinois.

Steven Zemelman has worked in many capacities to promote the sustainability of innovative schools in Chicago. For eight years he directed the Center for City Schools at National-Louis University, and he is a founding director of the Illinois Writing Project. He has spearheaded the start of a number of innovative small high schools in the city. And he now helps guide the Chicago Schools Alliance, a network of diverse Chicago schools learning to work together in new ways to strengthen teaching and learning, build teacher leadership, and reduce the isolation that schools and teachers so often experience. His exerpiences and research in these areas led to his latest Heinemann book13 Steps to Teacher Empowerment coauthored with Harry Ross.coauthored with Harry Ross. Steve has been a frequent collaborator with Harvey "Smokey" Daniels. They have coauthored six books and videos with Heinemann, including Best Practice: Today's Standards for Teaching and Learning in America's Schools, T