Have you ever felt that a person texting you the message “OK.” with a period at the end might be angry at you for some reason? Ever felt that exclamation marks are like these happy-go-lucky fellas who are warm and amiable? We hear you.
Could it be that word choice – the language employers and managers use in their daily office communication – can affect employee engagement in the workplace? It’s true. In fact, word choice can actually make or break employee engagement, and the effects can be more widespread than many employers would believe.
Can Educational Technology ever entirely replace actual teaching? Probably not, but that’s beside the point. What we should be striving to understand and focusing on today is not whether technology has advanced enough to replace conventional learning methodologies and even teachers, but whether the technologies at hand can complement and reinforce our existing tools and practices.
Learning to spell is an ongoing process. It takes years to master all of the intricacies of written language, and what seems to be substantial progress might be followed by an unexplained relapse in spelling mastery later.
Are you excited about NaNoWriMo? November is the official National Novel Writing Month and many aspiring writers have dusted off their vintage typewriters or opened up their cutting-edge notebooks to celebrate NaNoWriMo with their stories and creative essays. eReflect and Ultimate Vocabulary™ want to honor and help aspiring writers in their creative efforts, and share 5 words that every self-respecting writer really should know.
For reading comprehension and fluency Spreeder is an interesting web-based application. Paste any text into the reader and set the speed, font size, and begin reading. I do this in class using a classroom computer and projector, but Spreeder can be used by individuals on tablets and phones too.
Whether wearable tech has positive, useful applications in the classroom is currently up for debate, but as with every new technological advancement, with proper training for both educator and student, new technology has the capability of providing substantial benefits in schools.
Ever wonder why the keys on your keyboard are structured they way they are? Why should “Q” be next to “W” and not beside “F”? Is there a specific reason why the letters “B”, “N” and “M” are on the last key row?
Scientists recently looked into the brain activity of people caught up in reading a page-turner, J. K. Rowling’s popular “Harry Potter and The Philosopher’s Stone.” The experiment helped measure brain activity during reading, and it is shedding light on the questions surrounding how our brains work, how they make sense of reality, and what they experience when we read.
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