Students learn about the “craft” of writing during reviewing. Good writers review and rewrite text many times, making it more interesting, informative, and/or convincing. Differentiated instruction can help students to clarify meaning, improve flow, and edit text. Research shows that most students revise writing for mechanics and format. They also need to focus on clarity, engagement, or genre purpose. Explicit instruction, feedback from other readers, and ongoing support is the key to building reviewing skills.

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AIR Informs Episode #6: Meeting the Needs of Students with Disabilities During COVID-19

Remote learning requires adjustment for all students, but students with disabilities face additional challenges during the COVID-19 quarantine. In the latest episode of AIR Informs, Allison Gandhi, managing researcher and director of AIR’s special education practice area, describes some of these obstacles and shares strategies to help students make the most of this time.