Tag: writing

SIP #3.28 Strengths of Students with Dyslexia

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? Have you ever read a student’s in-class writing assignment that looks something like this…? The student who wrote this clearly struggles with spelling and handwriting, and at first glance, it is tempting to assume that this is a poor student. However, it is likely that the student who wrote …

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SIP #2.26 Rough Drafts as Pedagogy

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SIP #2.20 Teaching Writing When You Are Not a Writing Teacher

Thirsty for a Strong Instructional Practice? Regardless of the subject you teach, there may be times when you assign students to write, either as a way to help them learn or as a way for you to evaluate their learning. You may feel like you are in over your head if you aren’t a writing …

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