Creative Teaching & Learning

Using class blogs to motivate reluctant writers

Could blogging be the answer to engaging even the most reluctant writers in your classroom? Myra Barr and Sarah Horrocks report on the surprising benefits of a more spontaneous, laid-back approach to writing.

With the new primary accountability system counting reading and writing as two separate subjects, the need for engaging all pupils in developing and improving their writing skills is greater than ever before. But what to do when students are unenthusiastic about writing?

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