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The Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing

The Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing

The Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing

Ms Jennifer Pace M.S.
Ms Jennifer Pace M.S.
on behalf of Professional Educators Network of Florida

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Launch date: 26 Oct 2016
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Last updated: 07 Apr 2020

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As Educators we want to help aide writing creativity as much as possible. Learn how to impact student writing in a positive way.

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Aiding Student Writing
Learn how over-correcting, withholding help, unclear assignments and over-expectation can undermine writing.
Ms Jennifer Pace M.S.

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Ms Jennifer Pace M.S.
on behalf of Professional Educators Network of Florida

Jennifer R. Pace, M.S. Human Services

PEN of Florida • Research/Communications
4600 Touchton Rd. Bldg. 100 • Suite 150 • Jacksonville, FL 32246
800.311.7770 • www.penfl.org

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Andrew Pudewa/ Institute for Excellence in Writing

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