New Jersey educators learn to teach "Handwriting Without Tears"

01/22/2010 | Randolph Reporter (Randolph Township, N.J.)

Teachers at a New Jersey school who will soon be teaching the "Handwriting Without Tears" curriculum attended a workshop this week on how to implement it. The program teaches penmanship by first combining stick figures to form capital letters, then writing on an Etch-a-Sketch board. Students move on to cursive writing but use shorter-than-average pencils to accommodate their smaller hands.

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Randolph Reporter (Randolph Township, N.J.)

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