Welcome to the July 27, 2019 edition of The Teach Write Writing Round-Up, a gathering of tips for teaching writing and for growing as a teacher who writes.
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Assistive Technology for Writing:
Don't let your students' physical struggles with writing keep them from writing. Check out these assistive technologies from Understood.org to help.
Jeff Goins shares some helpful tips in "How to Really Get Your Writing Done." I have found his 3-Bucket System very helpful in my own writing life and can see the classroom applications of this writing organizational system.
Students write better when they have a teacher who models risk-taking with their own writing, as explained in "How Telling My Students My Most Difficult Writing Story Made Me a Better Writing Teacher" from David Rockower and EdWeek.