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From the winter 2014 issue of Scholastic Adminstr@tor magazine, read this profile of Strategies for Writers, which includes interviews with a teacher who participated in the Strategies for Writers learner-verification study, the researcher who ran the study, and Strategies for Writers consulting author, Scott Miller.
NPR’s Cory Turner interviews education experts about the role of cursive handwriting in today’s schools.
In this Opinion piece, a seasoned educator explains why handwriting instruction cannot be neglected.
Judy Schoonover, OT and Assistive Technology Trainer in Louden County Schools, VA, and Sandra Schefkind, Pediatric Program Manager at AOTA, discuss occupational therapy in today's schools.
In this WTXL story, a Florida professor explains why adding handwriting to the state's standards is a necessary change.
In this Education Week Commentary, a teacher explains why she now believes handwriting is a critical 21st century skill.
An independent study by the University of Cincinnati Evaluation Services Center established that students using Voices Literature & Writing showed significant gains in interpersonal understanding and perspective taking, as well as gains in literacy development. The executive summary of the results describes the study’s parameters; the social development, oral language, and reading comprehension score improvements made by Voices Literature & Writing students; and participant teacher perceptions.
This Times Reporter article shares educators' opinions about the need for handwriting instruction in schools.
Dru Tomlin of the Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE) shares the latest research and best practices in educating students ages 10–15.
Many of Barbara Brignone's students viewed writing as a chore—until they were introduced to Strategies for Writers.