Posts Tagged ‘process writing’

QUICK LESSON: Make the Most of Student Resources

QL 6 Prewriting Select a Topic

Tweet With Inspiration®, InspireData® and Kidspiration®, we’ve provided some excellent resources to help teachers get started and continue using visual learning across all subject areas in the classroom. These tools include things like lesson plans, video tutorials, templates, activities and examples. It’s important to us to help educators feel fully equipped to integrate our visual Read more »

Write Visually With Outlines

An Example of an Outline in Inspiration

Tweet Educators understand the importance of the entire writing process. They know that proper pre-writing, planning and outlining improve students’ overall writing proficiency. This is why students are often required to show that they’ve moved through these steps by turning in an outline with their completed essay. Yet, how often do your students – underestimating Read more »

How Visual Learning Supports Writing

Tweet At our most recent webinar on transforming struggling students into proficient thinkers and writers with Webspiration Classroom™ service, one of our attendees asked a fabulous question: How does visual learning improve students’ writing skills? While we often say that our visual learning tools, like Kidspiration®, Inspiration® and Webspiration Classroom, improve writing and support the Read more »

Take Process Writing to the Webspiration Classroom

Tweet Writing skills are critical for educational achievement, success after graduation, career performance and life skills. With the continually growing use of digital communication methods including word processing, blogs, email, texting and other Internet-enabled forms, written communication skills are imperative for students to compete in the world today. However, writing does not come naturally to Read more »

Right Brain Strategies for Left Brain Results

The Brain

Tweet Educators across the country constantly share with me the challenge of teaching students to write. Teachers tell me that some students dive into their essays with enthusiasm for translating their thoughts and knowledge into carefully constructed sentences, while most find writing tasks frustrating and daunting. For those that need extra help, research points to Read more »

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