A selection of articles written in the journals over the years.
The Times (20 June 2006): “Nobody writes by hand much now, but sales of luxury fountain pens are booming. Analysts think that it could be a reaction against the ubiquity of technology, such as mobile phones, which can quickly go wrong or seem outdated. Montblanc, the Hamburg penmaker, has nearly 70 per cent of an expanding world market. Purveyors of haute bling jewellery such as Bulgari and Chopard have noticed, and are starting to produce them”.
- Handwriting notes versus keyboard notes: The effect on assessment of conceptual understanding by Simon R. Horbury
- Handwriting Competitions – a useful teaching aid by Gwen Dornan, Specialist Handwriting Teacher
- Handwriting problems in children with Asperger Syndrome by Sheila E. Henderson and Dido Green Institute of Education, University of London
- The Trouble with ‘E’ by Jane Taylor, Handwriting Consultant
- Handwriting in the Secondary School Summary by Suzanne Tiburtius, Specialist teacher
- Scientific Handwriting Analysis by Frits Cohen, Forensic Handwriting Consultant
- Helping Children with Handwriting Difficulties: Curtis gets to grips with a Dexball by Anne Markee, Senior Community Physiotherapist for Children
- Rescuing Handwriting from Redundancy by Rosemary Sassoon
- Continuous Cursive: Cure or Curse by Angela Webb
- Teaching Fully Cursive Writing in Reception by Pam Hulme
- Also see Handwriting and the electric window, an article on the Crossbow Education blog by Crossbow Education Ltd