Welcome to "I Can Do It!"® Handwriting
Successful Response to Intervention- RTI

"I Can Do It!"®
Manuscript Handwriting
SCREENING
Easy to Use
Student Screening &
Progress Monitoring Tools
Effective Intervention
Tools
for Handwriting Difficulties

"I Can Do It!"®
Manuscript Handwriting
PROGRAM
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Table of Contents

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Manual Table of Contents
"I Can Do It!"® Manuscript
Handwriting Screening is
designed for:

Students of all ages and abilities
Quick screening
(15-30 min depending upon student
age and skill)

Repeated use to monitor
progress

Direct tie to intervention
It is curriculum-based, and the  
results tell you what instruction your
student needs

Identifying academic impact of a
specific student's handwriting
(Academic Questionnaire)

Easy check-off format and
illustrations allow you to observe and
record student performance quickly -
 
new teachers and assistants can
easily use!
(Screening Observations Form)

30 years of handwriting
experience
at your fingertips

Class Scoring Calculator
provided on CD
(Microsoft Excel format)
Easily used by novice
Shows percentage of improvement
Bar charts of progress
Color-coded percentages highlight
areas of concern
Shows individual or group progress
Automatic calculations
Track caseload up to 27 students
per sheet

Provides guidance about what is
important to observe
in areas such as pencil control,
pencil grasp, positioning.

Help provided for analysis of
findings
(Student Strengths and Needs Form)

Provides help with error analysis
for each letter form
(
Letter Error Analysis)
Does handwriting matter?  
See research on academic impact of
handwriting

Struggling students as well as
beginner writers are helped to         
achieve good writing quality and         
speed using "I Can Do It!"
®
Prevent or resolve common problems

Help for all ages

Timely and effective handwriting
instruction
is possible with this new and
unique approach!  Not a re-make of any
other program, but a new approach!

"I Can Do It!"® is designed for diverse
learning needs:
Instructional vocabulary directly taught
Adaptations provided for students:
Left handed
Vision & hearing challenges
Special Needs
Speech - language delays
Concrete-literal understanding of language
Attention, motivation, persistence
and other behavioral challenges
Diverse learning styles

Easy to use

Anyone can teach
with "I Can Do It!"®

Use with anyone
who needs to learn to print

Easy to follow, step-by-step
instructional sequences
and progress monitoring tools

provided
General Instructional Sequence for
Beginner Writers
Developmental Sequences
Handwriting Monitoring Sheet
Student Progress Chart

Directly connects handwriting and
written language skills

Research-based methods have been
incorporated into "I Can Do It!"
®

Impressive success has been achieved
in
clinical studies

Specific guidance provided for pencil
grasp and control, posture and positioning
for writing, paper choice, coloring,
behavior challenges, and many other
areas.

Students learn to find and correct
their own errors.

Methods given to avoid common
errors for each letter.

Engage and maintain student interest
and attention
using activities that include
active construction, active movement,
songs and rhymes, motivational methods.

Varied activities provide needed
repetition without boredom!
Note from Author & Disclaimer
© 2008 Joan Scanlon-Dise, OTR. All rights reserved.
I Can Do It Handwriting  Little Falls, NY
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FREE Tools!
Hand Development Rubric
Prone Extension Rubric
Supine Flexion Rubric
* Parent Questionnaire
FREE!  Great for RTI
Quick Assessment Rubric for Writing
Score-able
Letter Reversals - Worry or Not?