BamaTanya Posted February 15, 2012 Share Posted February 15, 2012 What would you do? Suppose using a computer was not an option (in-class discussion questions on a test, for example)? What if the student's printing wasn't any easier to read? What if the writing was legible, but microscopic? I am flexible. I taught first grade for 8 years and can decipher pretty well. :D I have dc with special needs. I do not ever want handwriting to get in the way of academic success. I just don't know what to do. If I were to ask a student to rewrite something that was on a test, it's possible the rewritten version would be a new improved version. This wouldn't be fair to the other students. Any ideas? I want to handle my work, including grading, professionally, and without embarrassing the student(s). tia Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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