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Acknowledging the fact that handwriting is an art form conveying a unique personal graphic style adds an important dimension. Just as no two sets of fingerprints are alike, no two handwritings are identical. The concept of ownership is a key element of the finished product, and this aspect of handwriting should be taken into account from a child's first writing lessons on. To encourage each writer's style to flourish, the teacher of handwriting needs to keep in mind several important instructional and attitudinal considerations discussed in this book: the person, the process, and the product. By recognizing each component as a valuable and complex part of the entire system, a teacher can make a positive and productive change in how handwriting is learned. This book suggests ways to promote critical and creative approaches while maintaining a positive and flexible attitude toward each student's efforts.
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Eileen Page is a graphoanalyst and owns her own graphoanalysis firm, Page Enterprises. She won the International Graphoanalyst of the Year award for 1997 and is a Life Member of the International Graphoanalysis Society, a member of the IGAS President's Advisory Committee, and a member of the World Association of Document Examiners.
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