TEachers using Paper
ELA teacher Simonette on how timely feedback creates more confident writers
To grow as writers, students need thorough, consistent feedback that teachers aren't always able to provide one-on-one. Watch how Paper's tutors help Ms. Vermillion fill this gap to build students' self-esteem.
More thank yous than ever
A lot of my kids have low self-esteem because they feel like they're not good writers. When they go to Paper... they feel very empowered when they can ask the tutors questions and they know that they're not being judged.
When I read their comments... it's really giving my students more opportunities to grow as a writer.
— Simonette Vermillion, ELA teacher, Val Verde Unified School District, California
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