Leveraging Writing to Improve Students' Reading Scores
In this on-demand webinar, we’ll dive into the research behind using writing as a strategy to improve students’ reading abilities.Watch Webinar
The act of writing pushes learning to a deeper level.
However, more often than not writing is used to assess student learning, not facilitate it. When students write they learn how to think critically about what they read, apply it to their writing, and use that knowledge to deepen their comprehension. The writing process can also challenge students to find new words and develop their academic vocabulary. This, in turn, can have a profound impact on students’ reading scores—not just their writing scores.
In this recorded webinar, co-hosted by ThinkCERCA’s Director of Curriculum & Instruction, Katherine Young, and Regional Director of Success, Amy Jackson, we’ll dive into the research behind using writing as a strategy to improve students’ reading abilities.