Tag Archives: literacy and technology

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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Rescue Me

Student literacy in crisis? Digital technology to the rescue. GUEST COLUMN | by Gideon Stein Last month, the Annie E. Casey Foundation released a report that found that two-thirds of all entering fourth graders aren’t reading proficiently – and 80 … Continue reading

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Read on the Future

Todd Brekhus has a good look at what’s working and what’s next for literacy.  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero As president of Capstone Digital Solutions, creators of myON reader, Todd Brekhus has been a leader in technology-enhanced literacy solutions to … Continue reading

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