Completely immersed in #etmooc (the Educational Technology and Media massive open online course) with more than 1,600 other learners from several different countries since early February, I have just received a lovely ...
Reading rules, books in any and all formats, but cuneiform tablets would be heavy for toting around
If you can remember the day you first learned to read, you probably recall that profound sense of accomplishment that came from sounding out the words in your favorite storybooks. But whether you’re 15 or 50, you know that books as we know them have changed a lot since you first cracked open your beloved pieces of childhood literature.
Ever since the first spurt of popularity in the now widespread e-readers, experts and speculators from all sides have been pondering the question, "will e-readers destroy books as we know them?" Despite the entertaining back and forth on this question, the state of the topic right now seems to suggest that, to the surprise of some, books and e-readers won’t edge one another out of the literary arena: They’ll merely coexist.
....For bookworms everywhere, it’s not simply a matter of which will destroy the other, but rather which medium is better for certain types of reading
I’m a little late in returning to the relationship between MOOCs (massive open online courses) and academic integrity , but news about these topics has brought me back. (The Chronicle of Higher...
Education is maintaining a timeline of MOOC news if you need to get up to date.). Brad Zakarin continues:
"It was actually news out of a brick-and-mortar school that reminded me of why I wanted to write about this. The Stuyvestant High School cheating scandal is a months-old story, but there was a fresh buzz when student musings about cheating were featured in New York Magazine and the New York Times."
More elearning and MOOC articles on BZ Educational Consulting
So the Sight Words turned quickly into a desire to see the kids making the link between words and sentences and ideas. One evening after they were tucked away in bed I hacked an exercise book in half so that they could ...
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