Raleigh, Guam (PressExposure) October 24, 2009 -- Results from the study conducted by Townston University graduate students on the effectiveness of Write More Stuff's programs revealed a favorable conclusion. After using the Write More Stuff products, these teachers concluded that students were more motivated to write and were more organized in their writing. They said their students began to self-monitor and check their writing.
The [http://www.writemorestuff.com] writing skills program has been studied closely - probably more so than any other program and repeatedly proven to be effective for School Administrators to adopt.
According to the owner of Write More Stuff of [http://www.writemorestuff.com] , Alma Hoffman, "Write More Stuff strives for measurable results and our program offers innovative ways to improve creative writing skills. The favorable conclusions of the Townston University study proves the effectiveness of our program and reflects the feedback we receive from many School Administrators."
The Write More Stuff programs are specifically helpful in the elementary and upper elementary classes because they can help a child stay interested in learning to write. With fun games and activities to encourage participation, our Rangers, Explorers, and Quest programs are easy-to-use and teachers share our goals of developing independent writers by using fun and creative activities.
Students learn to think, create, develop, and organize their ideas while becoming an inspired and passionate writer. School Administrators love the proven curriculum that is results-oriented, which is especially important when it comes to budgeting requests and meeting state writing test guidelines. Teachers can add the certain components of the Write More Stuff programs to existing curriculum or implement the entire program quite easily.
Staff development workshops teach the teachers how to be effective, when it comes to teaching refreshing ideas to motivate students and inspire them to be independent writers. They can implement other subjects into the learning experiences, such as science or math essay subjects. Write More Stuff offers Writing camps and workshops that offer specific writing techniques. For more information, visit us at [http://www.writemorestuff.com].