National Council of Teachers of English
NCTE provides research, teaching resources, and articles for teaching writing at all levels.
Calkins, Lucy McCormick. The Art of Teaching Writing. Rev. ed. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1994. ISBN: 0435088092
This classic addresses every aspect of the writing workshop, including topic choice; teacher conferences; peer response; writing across the curriculum; and revision, editing, and publication.
Calkins, Lucy McCormick. Lessons From a Child. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1983. ISBN: 043508206X
A long section on peer conferencing and response in the writing classroom is included in this book.
Graves, Donald. Writing: Teachers and Children at Work. Twentieth-Anniversary Edition. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 2003. ISBN: 0325005257
One of the seminal works in writing instruction, this inspirational text includes the "Receiving the Piece" protocol.
Morgan, Bruce, and Deb Odom. Writing Through the Tween Years: Supporting Writers, Grades 3-6. Portland, ME: Stenhouse Publishers, 2004. ISBN: 1571104062
This case study explores how the authors (both teachers at the same school) returned to their roots as writing workshop teachers and re-inspired their students to write.
Wilde, Jack. A Door Opens: Writing in the Fifth Grade. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann, 1993. ISBN: 0435087614
This book examines the author's teaching practices and includes many examples of student writing in a variety of genres.