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The PEG Writing team is always excited to hear from our users and learn more about how they are using PEG Writing in the classroom. Each month, we feature examples of student and teacher work in our PEG Writing in the Classroom posts.
It’s Teacher Appreciation Week! We love working with educators throughout the year, and we want to take this time to say thank you! Thank you for using PEG Writing; but more importantly, thank you for working every day to engage students and help them grow.
The PEG Writing team is always excited to hear from our users and learn more about how they are using PEG Writing in the classroom. We have featured some examples of student and teacher work in the past, but this month we're starting a new monthly column - PEG Writing in the Classroom.
Sometimes it takes just a little creativity to get reluctant writers to open up. These collaboration exercises will engage all students - reluctant and eager writers - and encourage them to work together toward a common goal.
April's Resource Roundups will discuss the reluctant writer. There are many reasons students may be reluctant to write. The good news is that there are just as many ways to help the reluctant writer get more comfortable with the written word.
March's Resource Roundups have focused on peer review. While PEG Writing includes a peer review feature, but some of these resources may help you get more out of it. This week, we'll wrap up our discussion by looking at ways to evaluate the value and effectiveness of the reviews that your students complete.