Tag Archives: literacy and technology

Cool Tool | ReadWorks

The non-profit ReadWorks is committed to solving our nation’s reading comprehension challenges by providing educators with the research-based curriculum and guidance they need to improve their effectiveness and their students’ achievement. They provide a pedagogically consistent product of comprehension units, articles, and question sets … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | myON Personalized Literacy Platform

A champion in personalized literacy, myON was among the first companies to offer unlimited access to authentic digital content and reading growth assessments, tools and data. More than 70 percent of the myON library is comprised of informational text and every … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Bookopolis

This is a kid-friendly social network and book discovery tool that ignites a love of reading in elementary and middle school students. It’s like Goodreads made just for young people with built-in edtech tools for teachers. Joining the Bookopolis online community builds … Continue reading

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New Tools for New Learners

The power of media to improve learning outcomes for all children. GUEST COLUMN | by Lesli Rotenberg and Debra Tica Sanchez To ensure children develop the skills that are fundamental to academic and professional achievement, we need to reach them … Continue reading

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The Difference Makers

A 40-year veteran of educational publishing talks about what matters most. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero As do so many companies, Learning A-Z started as an idea. Bob Holl (pictured) and Francis Morgan, two entrepreneurs and veterans of the education … Continue reading

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