In my response to this article, I stated that "encouraging students to edit while they write, and to embrace revision as more than just editing a few vocab words and grammar would help them create a more polished product, while encouraging a more process-oriented view point." Erin challenged me to think how I would implement that in the classroom, and its something I spent a while thinking about. Workshopping is a good way to encourage the revision process, whether they're peer workshops or classroom wide. Creative writing style workshops are very time consuming, but effective in encouraging revision -- it would be interesting to see how implementing one of those in a composition course would work out. In addition, requiring students to document the changes they made throughout the paper may be beneficial. I think that a lot of it has to be self-motivated though -- students have to want to revise their work. This is definitely a topic I will continue to reflect on as an instructor and a student.