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Learn Spanish with Book App

Little Blue Jackal is a bilingual app.  In addition to an interesting story, it also teaches kids Spanish.

The story starts with the little jackal trying to run away from a village after being caught of stealing food.  He fell into a bucket of blue paint and his entire body turned blue.  Looked…

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Added by iGameMom on November 12, 2012 at 10:00pm — No Comments

10 Ways to Increase Reading Scores

Has the growth and technology decreased reading scores? Are students reading less? This is a big topic of discussion in many education circles. Everyday students are on computers, Ipads, Kindles and other devices. Students are getting information much faster and they are very enticed by three dimensional images. In spite of all of this technology it is still important to read. Learning to read feeds students brains and it challenges them to grow intellectually and emotionally. Students…

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Added by Dr. Stephen Jones on February 11, 2012 at 6:05pm — No Comments

Reading Hats: Which ones do YOU wear?



The big question I ask my students at the beginning of each year is…

“What hats do YOU wear when you’re reading?”

Posters…

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Added by Kristin Jordan on October 16, 2011 at 3:11pm — 1 Comment

Bloom’s Taxonomy: Bitter honey for a language teacher













Bloom’s Taxonomy:

Bitter honey for a language teacher

by Leslie Simonfalvi,…

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Added by Leslie Simonfalvi on January 3, 2011 at 3:51am — 4 Comments

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How Do We Stop Illiterate Educators?

We are now better than fifteen years into the 21st Century and educators are still discussing what role technology plays in education. The fact of the matter is no matter what educators, who are mostly products of a 20th Century education, think, our students today will need to be digitally literate in their world in order to survive and thrive. Digital Literacy is a 21st Century skill, but therein lies the rub. Most of our educators have been educated with a twentieth Century mindset using…See More
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How Do We Stop Illiterate Educators?

We are now better than fifteen years into the 21st Century and educators are still discussing what role technology plays in education. The fact of the matter is no matter what educators, who are mostly products of a 20th Century education, think, our students today will need to be digitally literate in their world in order to survive and thrive. Digital Literacy is a 21st Century skill, but therein lies the rub. Most of our educators have been educated with a twentieth Century mindset using…See More
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