Teaching lives : essays and stories / Wendy Bishop.
- Logan, Utah : Utah State University Press, 1997.
xi, 346 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
- English language -- Rhetoric -- Study and teaching.
Creative writing -- Study and teaching.
English teachers -- Training of.
- Writing teachers and writing process : combining theory and practice
Helping peer writing groups succeed
Designing portfolio evaluation system
Co-authoring changes the writing classroom : students authorizing the self, authoring together
Teaching "grammar for writers" in a process workshop classroom
The literary text and the writing classroom
Teaching writing teachers to teach reading for writers
"Traveling through the dark" : teachers and students reading and writing together
Learning our own ways to situate feminist and composition studies in the English Department
Writing is/and therapy? Raising questions about writing classrooms and writing program administration
You can take the girl out of the writing center but you can't take the writing center out of the girl : reflections on the sites we call centers
Let me tell you about the rocks
Students stories and the variable gaze of composition research
Attitudes and expectations : how theory in the graduate student (teacher) complicates the English curriculum
Having been there : the second ethnography and on
Crossing the lines : on creative composition and composing creative writing
On learning to like teaching creative writing
Poetry as a therapeutic process : realigning art and the unconscious
What we might write about when we write about non-fiction
The shape of fact
If Winston Weathers would just write to me on e-Mail : a response to David Bartholomae and Peter Elbow
Letting the boundaries draw themselves : what theory and practice have been trying to tell us
an exchange (with Hans Ostrom)
- Includes bibliographical references (p. -338) and index.
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