|aMore ways to handle the paper load :|bon paper and online /|cedited by Jeffrey N. Golub.
|aUrbana, Ill. :|bNational Council of Teachers of English,|cc2005.
|axii, 160 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references.
|tHandling the paper load : three strategies /|rBarbara A. Mezeske --|t"Ungrading" writing to achieve freedom for all /|rJennifer D. Morrison --|tGrade less, teach more : overcoming student resistance to collaborative paper assignments /|rAllison Berg --|tWhen will you stop correcting student writing if you don't stop now /|rNed B. Williams --|tAssigning writing in a literature survey course : applying WAC to English /|rLinda S. Bergmann --|tEnhancing learning and lessening the paper load with students' portfolios /|rRita Al-Abdullah ... [et al.] --|tWriting as a process of discovery /|rJohn A. Poole --|t"Everything looks great!" : revitalizing peer response by taking it out of class /|rHillory Oakes --|tHow I conquered peer review /|rBarbara A. Mezeske --|tConference class sessions : reducing paper load while supporting student revision through effective in-class response /|rKaren Nilson D'Agostino --|tMountains into molehills : coping with essay overload /|rPatricia S. Williams --|tUsing peer review for improving writing without increasing teachers' workloads /|rLauren Yena ... [et al.] --|tHow sharing evaluation in the writing class can lighten the paper load /|rAllison D. Smith --|tReasons for writing/reasons for grading : conceptual approaches for processing student papers /|rWilliam Broz --|tEvaluating the writing of English language learners /|rJulie Ann Hagemann --|tTaming (not slaying) the virtual dragon : handling the electronic paper load /|rLynne S. Viti --|tSaving paper-- and grading-- with electronic postings /|rKimberlee Gillis-Bridges --|tInternet grading : following the online (paper) trail /|rHelene Krauthamer --|tSharing the fun-- and the paper load : how e-mail can help middle schoolers and preservice teachers alike /|rLauren G. McClanahan --|tShare the load, share the learning : everyone benefits from online response /|rClaire C. Lamonica and Diane Walker --|t"Dear Hamlet..." : student letters the teacher never answers /|rTodd Heyden --|t"Itching to read it" : the online, ungraded, single-paragraph book exchange /|rJudy Rowe Michaels --|tFirst there is a mountain : on getting out of the way of my students' learning /|rRichard Johnson.
|aEnglish language|xComposition and exercises|xStudy and teaching (Secondary)|zUnited States.
|aHigh school teachers|xWorkload|zUnited States.
|aGrading and marking (Students)|zUnited States.
|aGroup work in education.
|aGolub, Jeffrey N.,|d1944-
|aNational Council of Teachers of English.
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip056/2005000071.html