Writing at its best is a creative process but it is also a very complex skill to master. It requires mastery of fine motor skills, attention span, memory, language and higher order cognition. If a child struggles with any of these components then their creative aspirations and ideas may become hidden. Why should this potential be stifled through lack of fluency with a physical process when we now have alternative means of recording our thoughts? I decided to explore how as teachers we could break the chains.
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