One of the things we hear most when we talk to educators is that they recognize the need for having a writing program in their classroom or school, but they haven’t yet instituted one, and often times it’s because they don’t know where to get started. Not knowing is an overwhelming place to be.
We’ve broken down how you can get on that the road to writing success, quickly and easily, into four simple steps. Here is where to start, where you’ll end up, and what to expect along the way. And psst… teacher accounts are always free, students get their first two months free, and their data will never be lost from the free teacher account.
Writable works with your tech, including Google Classroom, G Suite, Schoology, Canvas, and Powerschool.
We’ll show you how to start your journey to writing growth in 5 easy steps (explore sample slides). Whether you use Writable for independent practice or assigned writing, we’ll also help choose or create your first assignments so teachers know where to start.
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Writable grows with every student and teacher to best support their needs from year to year.
Writable’s data can be used to help differentiate learning, prepare for assessments, and organize your writing program for growth.