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Fem prinsipper for god skriveopplæring

Fem prinsipper for god skriveopplæring | Literacy | Scoop.it
Hva kjennetegner god skriveopplæring? Og hvorfor er skriveopplæring så viktig? Denne artikkelen fra Bedre skole forsøker å svare på disse spørsmålene.
Elisabeth Føll Bækken's insight:

1. Skriv på fagenes premisser

2. Bruk formativ vurdering

3. Gjør elevene til strategiske skrivere

4. Gi rammer som støtte for elevenes skriving

5. Skap et klasserom der en diskuterer tekst og skriving

 

Dette er kortversjonen - anbefaler den lange.

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Leser dårligere på skjerm - NRK - Viten

Leser dårligere på skjerm - NRK - Viten | Literacy | Scoop.it
Å holde arkene i hånda kan gi en bedre forståelse av teksten.
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The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens: Scientific American

The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens: Scientific American | Literacy | Scoop.it

By Ferris Jabr

 

"How exactly does the technology we use to read change the way we read? How reading on screens differs from reading on paper is relevant not just to the youngest among us, but to just about everyone who reads—to anyone who routinely switches between working long hours in front of a computer at the office and leisurely reading paper magazines and books at home; to people who have embraced e-readers for their convenience and portability, but admit that for some reason they still prefer reading on paper; and to those who have already vowed to forgo tree pulp entirely. As digital texts and technologies become more prevalent, we gain new and more mobile ways of reading—but are we still reading as attentively and thoroughly? How do our brains respond differently to onscreen text than to words on paper? Should we be worried about dividing our attention between pixels and ink or is the validity of such concerns paper-thin?"


Via Jim Lerman, Jonathan Jarc
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Pam Colburn Harland's curator insight, April 28, 2013 7:57 AM

I loved the part about mind mapping and the meta-cognitive things we do before we start reading. Great article with research-based facts.

Sunflower Foundation's curator insight, June 20, 2013 3:32 AM

I think that, given time, our brains will adapt. The generation now in primary school are hardwiring their brains from toddlerhood. But for older readers, my own experience is that while the screen grabs the brain and gets me reading, I don't necessarily read attentively.

It might also increase differences between poor and wealthy as those with access to multiple devices may develop differently to those without. But the jury is still out as to who will have the advantage.

Angela Watkins's curator insight, December 30, 2013 3:23 PM

http://www.wired.com/opinion/2013/11/so-the-internets-about-to-lose-its-net-neutrality ... http://angelawatkins57.blogspot.com - http://pinterest.com/angeladwatkins