Tag Archives: reading

Read along

There must be an idea here. Reading along with the Hamilton soundtrack on the Amazon Show. Cindy used to chart music from songs as a reading activity. This required a great deal of time. One way I like to think … Continue reading

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Google Play Books

I believe if you are willing to advocate for the purchase of certain apps you also must be critical when criticism is called for. I am advocate of ebooks in education and we have an ebook (a textbook) in the … Continue reading

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Reading online – if you want

Daniel Willingham is a favorite of mine when it comes to challenging practicing educators to differentiate education myth from reality. I assign one of his books and encourage reading of his blog. He recently took on the claim that online … Continue reading

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Adventure Games

This is an interesting resource – web based adventure games (How to Geek). Way back when I was a reading researcher, I conducted several studies on the use of text based adventure games as a useful reading instruction tool. If … Continue reading

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Is the future determined by the end of third grade?

I was in New Orleans at AERA yesterday, but learned of one of the more interesting studies presented after returning home and reading through my blog list. This summary of the AERA paper by¬†Donald J. Hernandez indicates that reading proficiency … Continue reading

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