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Write to Read

Evidence-Based Strategies for Improving Reading with Writing

Write to Read

Steve Graham

Warner Professor, Arizona State University

Jennifer Knighton

Join us as two experts share their research about the links between writing and reading development and how writing can help students strengthen reading skills.

Formative Essay Feedback Using Predictive Scoring Models

This scholarly paper examines the performance of the predictive essay scoring models that power Revision Assistant and the innovative use of these models to provide actionable feedback to student writers.

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Turnitin Effectiveness : Higher Education

The Effectiveness of Turnitin in Higher Education

An analysis of over 54 million student papers from over 1000 U.S. higher education institutions shows reduction in unoriginal writing, time savings, and increases in student engagement.

Turnitin Effectiveness : U.S. High Schools

The Effectiveness of Turnitin in Secondary Education

Turnitin analyzed more than 36 million student papers from 2862 U.S. high schools to understand the change in levels of unoriginal content in student papers over time.

Prompt Up the Jam : Strategies for Developing Effective Writing Prompts

Prompt Up the Jam

A challenge that many educators face is developing prompts that will provoke their students to think critically and deeply about a topic. Join us and our panel of experienced instructors for what promises to be an informative, in-depth discussion on these issues and more!

Teachers Talk Writing : Meet Your Revision Assistant

Teachers Talk Writing : Meet Your Revision Assistant

The average revision rate for students is only 29%. Revision and feedback are instrumental to student outcomes, but writing is a monstrous challenge to many students. How can teachers encourage students to write better and write more? Join this webcast to hear two teachers talk about writing challenges in the classroom, how technology is solving those problems, and walk through the steps that guide students to write better.

How People Learn: What Educators Should Know

How People Learn

In this session we will discuss what the best evidence says about teaching and learning, addressing such issues as the relationship between knowledge and skills, effective methods of instruction, how to provide feedback and encouragement to students, and how to avoid common education-related misconceptions.

Teaching the Future

How do we prepare students for jobs that do not exist yet? Robert Wilson, Deputy Head of Elsa High School - Hong Kong, discusses the challenges facing teachers in 2016 and beyond.