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Drawing on students’ experiences to improve writing outcomes
Teacher Magazine | Mar 2022
What has COVID-19 meant for literacy outcomes?
The Educator | Oct 2020
COVID-19 seeing students ‘step up and take control’
The Educator | Jul 2020
Improving student writing skills
Teacher Magazine | Oct 2019
Creativity can be taught
The Educator | Jul 2019
How to succeed at NAPLAN
Education HQ | May 2019
'Creativity can – and should – be taught and practised'
Special feature – The Educator, 2019
Press in 2018
- The Educator | How one school built long-lasting change school-wide | Nov 2018
- Education Today | 1740 students average 10% writing improvement with Seven Steps | Oct 2018
- Brisbane Adventist College | Seven Steps writing fun | Sep 2018
- Townsville Bulletin | Rasmussen State School one of the fastest-improving for writing results in the state | June 2018
- The Educator | School sees big turnaround in literacy results | May 2018
- The Educator | Teaching to write the right way | May 2018
- Ormiston College | Our teaching of writing continues to evolve | May 2018
- Sydney Therapy & Co. | Some secrets to our writing workshop | April 2018
- Education HQ Australia | Award-winning author sits NAPLAN writing test. How does she go? | April 2018
- Ormiston College | OC parent writing workshop | March 2018
- The Educator | The outlook for student literacy outcomes in 2018 | February 2018
- Copyright Agency | Copyright Agency member shares Seven Steps | January 2018
Article – Teacher Magazine
Improving student writing skills
South Australian primary school teacher Bec Drozdoff faced a challenge in her writing lessons. She had students with great vocabulary and capacity to speak, but when it came to writing, they could stare at their blank page for 20 minutes without writing anything at all. Learn how the Seven Steps helped her inspire great results.
Article – Townsville Bulletin
One of the most improved writing results in the state!
A Townsville school with a high percentage of at-risk students has transformed from one of the worst-performing schools to one of Queensland’s most improved.After implementing the Seven Steps, teachers transformed their school to significantly outperform the state in writing improvement between 2015 and 2017.
Article – The Educator
Teaching to write the right way
Jen McVeity, Founder and CEO of Seven Steps, talks about her passion for writing and her literacy program aimed at instilling the same passion in students:'People often regard writing as a quiet, solo activity, intense and full of concentration. It doesn’t have to be this way. Collaborative classrooms are vibrant, interactive and include all four aspects of literacy.'
Press in 2017 and before
- The Educator | Is ‘the same old formula’ harming student literacy? | October 2017
- The Educator | Hot List 2017, Jen McVeity | November 2017
- The Educator | PD event offers new innovations and teaching ideas | November 2017
- The Educator | Q&A: Seven Steps To Writing Success | October 2017
- Schools Catalogue Information Service | The great escape | September 2017
- Teacher Magazine | A structured coaching model to support staff | August 2017
- The Educator | Free seminars offer teachers a PD boost | August 2017
- The Educator | Can writing classes prevent student disengagement? | August 2017
- Goulburn Post | Seven Steps To Writing Success | July 2017
- Midland Reporter | Maida Vale teachers to implement Seven Steps program after attending workshop | July 2017
- The Educator | Schools see huge boost through writing program | May 2017
- Gladstone Observer | Agnes Water School celebrates amazing writing improvements | May 2017
- The Educator | Hot List 2016, Jen McVeity | October 2016
Award-winning author sits NAPLAN writing test
How does she go? | Article on Education HQ