Supporting Bilingual Students with Reading and Writing

In the United States, over thirteen million children speak a language other than English at home. After English, Spanish is the most common language spoken […]

December Book Discussion Club Meetup - The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society

On 13 December 2018, we are having our first two book discussion club meetups, after having finished the novel entitled 'The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel […]

K-12 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards — from “The Journal’s” October/November edition

K-12 2018 Readers’ Choice Awards — from The Journal’s October/November edition   Also see: https://thejournal.com/Articles/2018/10/29/2018-THE-Journal-Readers-Choice-Awards.aspx   

The Catch 22 of the International Children’s Digital Library

Chances are, you have never heard of the International Children’s Digital Library. The ICDL as it...

Awesome study hacks: 5 ways to remember more of what you read [LaDouceur]

Awesome study hacks: 5 ways to remember more of what you read — from academiccoachingwithpat.com by Pat LaDouceur; with thanks to Julia Reed for her Tweet […]

Introducing several new ideas to provide personalized, customized learning experiences for all kinds of learners! [Christian]

From DSC: I have often reflected on differentiation or what some call personalized learning and/or customized learning. How does a busy teacher, instructor, professor, or trainer […]

How To Install Sans Forgetica, The Font Backed By Cognitive Psychology To Up Retention, In Moodle

What, and why is Sans Forgetica? Designers and researchers from the Behavioral Business Lab at RMIT University, in Melbourne, finally teamed up to put the […]

Literacy - The News

You check your social media feed and news! news! news! abound. Not only updates from friends, family and all the other random/less random connections, but […]

Inspecting Texts and English Levels

unsplash-logoOliver Cole As much as one would like, not all texts are written equally. There are different genres, styles and levels of language - and […]

How to Inspire a Passion for Learning with Audiobooks

If you had to decode every word you ever read, wouldn’t you tire of reading? I would. For my students, every word on a printed […]

Reading Made Easy in the Chrome Browser

“Darn, I hate it when I have to wade through advertisements, sidebars, and banners just to read a blog entry,” I muttered to myself. The […]

Dear First Generation College Student,

Dear First Generation College Student, Decades ago, I was you.  Specifically, I was first-generation low-income (#FLI). Now, I have a doctorate and teach and train […]

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