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Make it Interesting for the Reader: A Simple Writing Strategy {Week 4}

Make it Interesting for the Reader: A Simple Writing Strategy {Week 4} | Digital Learning | Scoop.it
Welcome back to Simple Writing Lessons for the Primary Grades, a 12-week collaborative writing series, hosted by The Measured Mom and This Reading Mama (that’s me)! If you have missed any of the lessons we’ve covered so far, click here to see the introduction and links to the lessons (scroll down).

Via Dennis T OConnor, Marisa Hartling
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Bobby Dillard's curator insight, August 30, 2013 5:55 PM

Great advice for writers of any age!

Jane Logan's curator insight, September 12, 2013 6:48 AM

Some good strategies for writing lessons

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Interactive Learning Sites for Education

Interactive Learning Sites for Education | Digital Learning | Scoop.it
Interactive learning Sites for the Classroom

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8 Great iPad Apps to Create Flashcards for your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

8 Great iPad Apps to Create Flashcards for your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning | Digital Learning | Scoop.it

"Howard Gardner theory of Multiple Intelligences clearly corroborate the fact that students and learners have differing learning styles and teachers  should aim to appeal to all the different learner types at some point during the course. A large category of learners are visual learners and this does not  need rocket science to prove , you can easily notice it when you use bright and attractive visuals in your teaching, students tend to interact and engage with these visual teaching aids more than than they would do with other teaching materials. Flash cards can be bright and colorful and make a real impact on visual learners. Educational Technology and Mobile Learning has already featured some excellent web-based flashcard making tools and today I am providing you with the mobile version.


Below is a list of iPad apps that you can use to create and share flashcards with your students. Have a look and share with us if you have other suggestions. Enjoy"


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