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Read, Write, Tech!

Read, Write, Tech provides you with resources in the following areas: - working with adolescents who have academic reading/writing difficulties - learning how to implement technology into the classroom - empowering students to meet their full potential

Read, Write, Tech provides you with resources in the following areas: - working with adolescents who have academic reading/writing difficulties - learning how to implement technology into the classroom - empowering students to meet their full potential
Best Practices in Higher Education: Blogging
LeighAHall

Best Practices in Higher Education: Blogging

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Do you want to incorporate blogging into your college classroom? In this book, I show you how to do so in ways that are concrete and explicit. You will learn how to craft instructions for your students and the tools you need to stay organized. This text could also be helpful to secondary teachers.
Creating Reading Partnerships
LeighAHall

Creating Reading Partnerships

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Are you a teacher of adolescents in grades 6-12? Do you encounter students who have regular reading comprehension difficulties? Creating Reading Partnerships will help you learn how to address the needs of students with reading difficulties within the context of your regular classroom. You don't need any special materials, and it's easy to start now.
Question of the Day
LeighAHall

Question of the Day

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Question of the Day is a way to structure your discussions. You might choose to use it one day a week or multiple days a week. It provides students with a new way of thinking about what they have read/viewed and gives them input into what is discussed. A great technique for students with academic difficulties.