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WriteReader Marathon in Russia

WriteReader’s vision has always been to impact children’s literacy globally. This is our why, our reason for working hard to provide the best possible digital learning tool for children, parents, and teachers.   WriteReader Marathon So, we were thrilled to welcome George Astvatsaturov onboard as one of our ambassadors. George is the Director of the…

Remote Learning with 1st graders

As a first grade remote teacher, it’s important to me that my students have the opportunity to write every day. The only way to become better writers is to get lots of practice writing! As a K-3 technology integration coach, I value the use of digital tools and technology to give students the ability to…

The Value of Co-Teaching

As teachers, we know the power of collaborative learning for our students. And it’s equally important for us to teach collaboratively. Helen Keller said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Another powerful quote to support collaborative teaching is by Mike Schmoker: “Collaboration allows teachers to capture each other’s fund…

Covid-19 Images and Writing Prompts

In these special times, it’s very important to give children a voice and the opportunity to express their knowledge, thoughts, and feelings. Writing is an obvious form of expression that allows students to share their thoughts and knowledge with others and at the same time save their experience of a historical time. To motivate and…

Creating a Virtual Book Exhibit with WriteReader

As a teacher, it moves me to see how proud they are of their books and how eager they were to read what others did. We are delighted to see how educators are using WriteReader to support their remote learning. Here is an idea spark by Estela S. Serrano who is teaching primary grade students.…

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