Elementary Grammar Rules Class Open for Enrollment
Time4Writing announces a new class, a new look and plenty of new content. Come and see for yourself!
As you plan your autumn semester, we thought we’d remind you about Time4Writing and update you on our news. We have a new look and plenty of new information on our website so come and take a gander! The most popular new page on the website turns out to be the Teacher Biographies with pictures. Visit now and learn more about Ms. Burrows, Ms. Cady, Mrs. Gardner, and Ms. Leslie.
We also wanted you to know that you can now sign up for the new Elementary Grammar Rules class beginning in October for young writers in the second grade. Put your name on the waiting list to be one of the first to see your young writer become a budding star. We are still busy at work on the following classes that we plan to launch in the New Year: Elementary Excellent Essays, High School Essays for Standardized Tests and High School Research Papers to name a few.
New Content Highlights
We redesigned the Time4Writing site, improved navigation, and added plenty of new writing resources. Come and peruse some of our newest content, and learn how your kids can improve their writing skills. A few highlights of this new content include:
- The Writing Process: The Steps to Writing Success
- Writing Prompts Motivate Your Child’s Writing
- Your Roadmap to a Better Book Report
- Four Types of Sentences and the Effect of Punctuation
What We Offer
Time4Writing provides eight-week online writing courses that help elementary, middle and high school students build writing skills through one-on-one interaction with a certified teacher. Using an easy to use online system, teachers assign a weekly topic for study. Students log in and work through the automated exercises, lessons, readings, and written assignments. A personal writing teacher reviews and provides feedback on each assignment, the day after it is submitted.
A recent U.S. Department of Education research report, Evaluation of Evidence-Based Practices in Online Learning, found that, “On average, students in online learning conditions performed better than those receiving face-to-face instruction.” The primary reasons for this improvement are the ability for the student to go at their own pace and the active engagement required with online study programs – students learn by doing instead of by listening.
Other online learning programs that may be of interest to you:
We hope to see you online soon,