Sunday, 13 July 2014

Students with illegible handwriting score lesser in exams

Researches from top universities state that those with poor handwriting struggle in their academics. It requires more brain power to be able to put down words on a paper. This is directly proportional to the ability to present thoughts, come up with innovative ideas and choose the correct vocabulary while speaking and writing.

Another predominating fact highlighted by the Warwick University is that that boys tend to have poorer handwriting than that of girls.

 How do teachers respond to poor handwriting?

Through several years of experience in the field of handwriting, Write Right has discovered (after discussing with thousands of teachers) that knowingly or unknowingly teachers are likely to evaluate answer sheets being biased. Answer sheets which are hard to decipher involve larger efforts and time. Moreover, words or sentences can be misunderstood affecting the loss of marks in one or more questions. Teachers may overlook or give up on poorly written papers and for this reason such answer sheets receive low scores and grades.

What is the solution to score more with good handwriting?

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Thursday, 10 July 2014

The Un-ignorable (handwritten) Post-it Notes

Whether a student, or a professional, a house-wife or anyone, using a post-it note is common in all of them. I realize that technology never lets us down by any means and has the solution to all our requirements (related to writing), but still managing short term (or long terms) goals on post-it sticky notes somehow feels more efficient. Do you second the same?

Some people love to remember dates, some have to maintain a wide list of works to be done on a particular day and some just have to list down the grocery items they got to buy while returning back home. Using a PC or downloading a whole new app on my phone just to do this, is that what your idea is? Well… it’s not mine! I have and would rather always prefer to use post it notes and stick them on my walls, wardrobes or work-station. So, that whenever I put my eyes on them (even by a chance), I would remember what was I supposed to do when, where did I have to go on a particular day, which lessons I had to prepare etc. I certainly believe, similar is the case with many others.

And… people think technology has over powered the ancient art of writing in hand. Well no. Handwriting will still be a part of our first lesson in schools and it will be always be a foundation of education.

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