Writing Resources for
Departments, Teachers, & Students

Further Reading

Books and Essays

Bean, John. Engaging Ideas, 2nd ed. (2011)

Cross, Patricia and Thomas Angelo. Classroom Assessment Techniques (1993).

Elbow, Peter. "Writing for Learning--Not just demonstrating Learning," on the National Teaching and Learning Forum website.

Haswell, Richard. "Minimal Marking." http://www.jstor.org/stable/377147

Webster, John. Close Reading Shakespeare: A Course Portfolio (1999), on The National Teaching and Learning Forum website.

---. "Dealing with Plagiarism: Knowing it, Teaching it, and Out-smarting it."

---. "Opening the Locked Box, or How I Came to Love Metacognition."

---. "The Romantic Survival Project."

Weimer, Maryellen, Learner-centered Teaching (2002).

Wiggins, Grant and Jay McTighe, Understanding Learning (1998).

Guides for Creating Writing-Integrated Courses and Assignments

Four Basic Writing-Integrated Course Structures

Pragmatics: Scalability in Going Writing-Integrated

Low Stakes Writing

Five Steps Toward Better Writing on High-Stakes Assignments

Peer Review and Peer Norming

Responding to Student Writing

Three Courses Redesigned with Writing-Integrated Elements

Web Resources

Miami of Ohio Writing Center

University of Hawaii, Manoa

Colorado State University

See Writing Programs and Writing Centers for further resources at UW.