Table of contents for More ways to handle the paper load : on paper and online / edited by Jeffrey N. Golub.

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Introduction										0
I. Ideas for Classroom Practices, Procedures, and Portfolios
1. Handling the Paper Load: Three Strategies
Barbara A. Mezeske								 0
2. "Ungrading" Writing to Achieve Freedom for All
Jennifer D. Morrison								 0
3. Grade Less, Teach More: Overcoming Student Resistance to Collaborative Paper Assignments
Allison Berg									00
4. When Will You Stop Correcting Student Writing If You Don't Stop Now?
Ned B. Williams									00
5. Assigning Writing in a Literature Survey Course: Applying WAC to English
Linda S. Bergmann								00
 6. Enhancing Learning and Lessening the Paper Load with Students' Portfolios
Rita Al-Abdullah, Ebru Erdem, Ellen K. Johnson, Duane Roen, Jennifer M. Santos, and Lauren Yena								00
7. Writing as a Process of Discovery
John Arlend Poole									00
II. Ideas for Engaging Students in Peer Review
8. "Everything Looks Great!" Revitalizing Peer Response by Taking It Out of Class 
Hillory Oakes									00
9. How I Conquered Peer Review
Barbara A. Mezeske								00
10. Conference Class Sessions: Reducing Paper Load While Supporting Student Revision through Effective In-Class Response
Karen Nilson D'Agostino							00
11. Mountains into Molehills: Coping with Essay Overload
Patricia S. Williams								00
12. Using Peer Review for Improving Writing without Increasing Teachers' Workloads
Lauren Yena, Jennifer M. Santos, Duane Roen, Ellen K. Johnson, Ebru Erdem, and Rita Al-Abdullah									00
III Ideas for Evaluating Students' Writing
13. How Sharing Evaluation in the Writing Class Can Lighten the Paper Load
Allison D. Smith								00
14. Reasons for Writing/Reasons for Grading: Conceptual Approaches for Processing Student Papers
William Broz									00
15. Evaluating the Writing of English Language Learners
Julie Ann Hagemann								00
IV Ideas for Handling the Electronic Paper Load
16. Taming (Not Slaying) the Virtual Dragon: Handling the Electronic Paper Load
Lynne S. Viti									00
17. Saving Paper-and Grading-with Electronic Postings
Kimberlee Gillis-Bridges							00
18. Internet Grading: Following the Online (Paper) Trail
Helene Krauthamer							00
19. Sharing the Fun-and the Paper Load: How E-Mail Can Help Middle Schoolers and Preservice Teachers Alike
Lauren G. McClanahan							00
20. Share the Load, Share the Learning: Everyone Benefits from Online Response
Claire C. Lamonica and Diane Walker					00
21. "Dear Hamlet . . .": Student Letters the Teacher Never Answers
Todd Heyden									00
22. "Itching to Read It": The Online, Ungraded, Single-Paragraph Book Exchange
Judy Rowe Michaels								00
23. First There Is a Mountain: On Getting out of the Way of My Students' Learning
Richard Johnson								00
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Contributors										00

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- United States.
High school teachers -- Workload -- United States.
Grading and marking (Students) -- United States.
Group work in education.