A Marriage Waiting to Happen: Computers and Process Writing
The process writing movement, let by educators such as Donald Graves, Lucy Calkins, Nancie Atwell, and Donald Murray, has been a driving force in the way teachers approach writing instruction for nearly 20 years. During the same 20-year period, computers have evolved in astonishing ways; complex mainframes have morphed into malleable educational tools that, in many schools, have become part of the fabric of classroom life.
Added: Dec 13 2004
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