"Great Post! Kindles are great devices. Kindle is really good for reading E-books. Kindles and E-book readers in general cater to the needs of a niche market, it's meant for the voracious reader. Kindle is best for plain text reading like…"
"Holly, great question! Our school has Kindles in 3rd-5th grade. I think they are a wonderful tool for reading fiction novels. Students are engaged, can quickly download the next book in a series, don't lose their spot easily,…"
"As the elementary literacy coordinator for a fairly large schools district, I have seen our schools use Kindles and now all sort of devices to provide reading material for students. Of course we still have books and our libraries are well…"
"That is certainly a remarkable thing to try out. Our school principal had been looking into the possibility of getting iPads as a classroom learning tool for high school, so why not Kindles? It is a wonderful device to encourage reading among…"
"Great question. How about the potential of audiobooks in the classroom? There are some services out there that are converting classical textbooks and textbooks to audio. My personal favorite right now is librivox because it has a wealth of free…"
"I never had tried these. But I think I'm gonna try this out after going through the web page for which you have shared link of. Can you tell me some more insight about it Holly? I would love to learn more about this before i opt for it. Thanks…"
"I have purchased a Kindle for my 4th grader, since I was unable to keep up with purchasing print books for him. I had to convince the classroom teacher that this was the future in reading for young students and that it included tools like a…"
"Reading is great. Regardless whether it is a kindle or a print, as long as it is not reading tweets and facebook posts:). If a book is interesting and engaging, people will read it with great pleasure both on paper and on Kindle. If it is not, then,…"
I recently wrote about Kindles and how they could engage our net-gen to read This http://bit.ly/Hdmsk2 advocates print. I would really like people to share their experiences both personal and in the classroom. What do you think?See More
I taught it a couple of years ago. It was part of an MYP project exploring maturity and responsibility. It asked how we know when we are grown up. We created shoe boxes that reflected personality and explored emerging identities and kept all…"
Through the power of one shared read aloud, I hope to facilitate connections between students throughout the world. You decide how much time the project will take for you but connections will happen.See More
Plagiarism is a theft. It means that you stole someone's identity, someone's thoughts. It's horrible. We should teach our young generation not to be thieves and avoid plagiarism. But theft it's not the biggest problem. As educator and psychologist I did a range of anonymous tests and I found that the most common reason of plagiarizing is fear.Yes, fear.Fear of being incorrect.Fear of being not accepted in college or university.Fear to show their own feelings and personal…See More
Essay about How Critical Can Pediatric Emergencies Get? Pediatric emergencies are related to health emergencies suffered by children. Like health emergencies faced by adults, even children are prone to suffering sudden attacks and arrests that can cause dramatic mental and physical trauma in them. Not many people believe that children as young as 4 to 5 years can face cardiac attests or, depression in their central…See More
Among all the certification courses that are available in the market, Microsoft 70 693 is one of the best options for you to consider in this regard. Microsoft 70 693 certification examination is an excellent course because it can add some…See More