Supporting Struggling Learners With WriteReader

How WriteReader scaffolds literacy learning and self-efficacy

Students who struggle with reading and writing need assignments that are both relevant and provide them with chances to succeed. The writing task needs to be clearly stated, scaffolded and supported by a tool that can cater to the student’s needs during prewriting, writing, and after writing phase.

With minimal planning and scaffolded steps, WriteReader can supplement lessons across all content areas, help students become motivated learners, and improve their writing and reading skills.

Check out how WriteReader seeks to enhance and support struggling learning by reading the blog post “Scaffold Literacy Learning and Self-Efficacy for Students with Reading Difficulties“.

Find below other blogs that shed light on how WriteReader can contribute to improving literacy learning for everyone.

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