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Turning To One Another: Using Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking And Thinking To Transform Teacher And Student Learning, Susan Adams Sep 2010

Turning To One Another: Using Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking And Thinking To Transform Teacher And Student Learning, Susan Adams

Susan Adams

Workshop presented at the Indiana Middle Level Educators Association Conference, Franklin, IN, October 4, 2010.


Literacy As Praxis: The Recursive Cycle Of 21st Century Literacy Teaching, Susan Adams Jan 2010

Literacy As Praxis: The Recursive Cycle Of 21st Century Literacy Teaching, Susan Adams

Susan Adams

Poster presented at the 21st Annual Joseph Taylor Symposium, Indianapolis, IN, February 2010.


Trailblazing The E-Reader Revolution: Two Universities, Two Approaches, Joan Wines, Julius Bianchi, Harlan Stelmach, Gary Gorka, Michael Brint Dec 2009

Trailblazing The E-Reader Revolution: Two Universities, Two Approaches, Joan Wines, Julius Bianchi, Harlan Stelmach, Gary Gorka, Michael Brint

Harlan Stelmach

E-readers are promising teaching and learning devices for the mobile generation whose reading and writing skills educators are working to improve. These two universities are exploring and identifying practices that will best optimize an e-reader’s potential for encouraging deeper student learning. Importance/Relevance: The portable e-reader, so intuitive to students, is the ideal device for the mobile generation. Educators who want to engage students more deeply in reading and writing are using e-readers to help enhance and personalize education for diverse student learners. Student engagement in reading and writing is the overarching objective of these projects. Students carry e-readers ...