Writing and Revision for Students With Learning Disabilities

In this episode of Research to Practice, researchers Cindy Sherman and Susan De La Paz talk about FIX, a writing revision strategy that helps novice writers make better rather than more changes as they revise their work.

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About the guests

Cindy K. Sherman is the founder and director of The Write Turn®, an evidence-based program that helps novice and struggling writers plan, write, and revise narrative and expository essays. She is also a speech-language pathologist at E.L. Haynes Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. Susan De La Paz is an associate professor of special education at the College of Education, University of Maryland, College Park. She has expertise in developing and validating reading and writing interventions for adolescents with learning disabilities. She has worked for 15 years with middle and high school teachers, developing writing and history curriculum interventions for students with diverse academic abilities.

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