While poetry has been long limited to physical media -- from tablets and parchment to books and magazines -- digital publishing platforms have obliterated such constraints, adding the modalities of light and sound to the traditional combination of words and white space to this medium of human expression.
Technology isn't a fun extra at my school; it's a voice for dyslexic readers, an essential communication and social device for autistic students, a tool for the dysgraphic, and an organizational must-have for everyone. Is technology in the classroom worth the hype at my school? Absolutely.
To to help teachers communicate their expectations to students who are just starting to blog or use dropbox or set up discussion threads, Heather Wolper-Gawron provides a list of seven attributes that students should have, or need to develop, for successful online learning.
With the release of iBooks 2, Apple is trying to turn the education textbook world on its head. Blogger Nick Provenzano explains some important things to consider now that Apple has jumped into the textbook world of education.
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