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Start and Finish Strong in Academics This Year With the Reading and Writing Project, Says eReflect

August 27, 2013

The Reading and Writing Project is a platform for educators at various levels to come forward and establish best practices in teaching. This knowledge then translates into better student learning outcomes, the eReflect team stated in their recent briefing.

New York City, NY (PRWEB) August 28, 2013

eReflect, the globally acclaimed software developer of 7 Speed Reading Software, believes that the key to success is self-improvement. The software organization recently announced its support for the Reading and Writing Project, an initiative organized by the Teachers College, Columbia University. A spokesperson from the eReflect team stated that the Reading and Writing Project serves as an excellent resource base containing the necessary knowledge regarding the teaching of reading and writing, and thereby allows teachers to accelerate the learning process of their students. The initiative also sponsors workshops and conferences, such as the upcoming series of one-day sessions focused on the Common Core Standards for writing to be held this fall in New York, California, and Florida. The eReflect team encourages all educators to participate in such sessions in order to be informed about the best practices being developed for teaching literacy and reading.

A member of the expert development team at eReflect emphasized that gaining competency over these skills can allow teachers to achieve better results in their schools. The TC Summer Institute series on reading and writing skills are also valuable aids to teachers, who can learn from expert educators. These summer sessions (Teaching of Reading and Teaching of Writing) have been organized for the past thirty-one years and the immense success of the project can be gauged from the rising number of participants each year. At the time eReflect released today's statement, the June and July workshops were full, although applications were still being taken for the August conferences.

The eReflect team believes that reading and writing are critical skills that every student must possess. The team strongly supports the initiative by Columbia University and believes that improvement within a teacher’s knowledge translates to better student learning outcomes. The spokesperson elaborated that reading faster has now been recognized as an important skill for students and teachers for enhancing productivity. The Teaching of Reading conference and related projects are likely to focus on this aspect as well, noted the eReflect team today.

The reading and writing projects organized by Teachers College invite teachers, educators, principals, and lecturers from across the globe to join together with the aim of devising best practices for teaching. The basic purpose of the project is to allow teachers to gain a command over teaching reading and writing and thereby help students learn methods through which they can lead a literate life.

The expert developers at eReflect wishes all the best to the team involved in The Reading and Writing Project and hope that every participant will be able to meet their goals and objectives.

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