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Hello. I'm an occasional reader on FPN who has a strong interest in handwriting and fountain pens. I am going to teach a class in February 2020 at my high school in NYC that looks at different aspects of writing. I'm hoping that my students can practice using fountain pens. Over the years I have brought in a number of my pens for them to try, and I just purchased 15 Hero 565s for them to try out. Since there's been a bit of interest, I thought I'd see if there are resources that anyone is familiar with to share with my students. Things I'm interested in doing over the course of the project:
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1. From birth onwards correct development of bones and connective tissues is essential in order to avoid future hand and finger deformities. 2. Dysgraphia is a condition wherby children find it difficult to put thoughts into the written word. When using a conventional pen and adopting the wrong writing posture this can lead to: Tight, awkward pencil grip and body positionAvoiding writing or drawing tasksTrouble forming letter shapesInconsistent spacing between letters or words3. As with all learning disabilities (LD), dysgraphia is a lifelong challenge, although how it manifests may change ove