Tag Archives: reading comprehension

Getting Personal

The role of personalization in online learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Jason Wright Classroom education has come a long way from one-room schoolhouses and chalkboards, largely due to evolving technology. This change is continuing to transform education with advances in … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Big Word Club

You’ve heard of the Digital Divide, well, here’s a very different chasm in education: the Word Gap. What’s this? “A gap in vocabulary between rich and poor,” says Shane DeRolf, founder and CEO of Big Word Club. Research has documented that students from lower … Continue reading

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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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Targeting Instruction for Success

Using adaptive technology to increase science comprehension. GUEST COLUMN | by Harriet Isecke Reading comprehension in the U.S. is one of the greatest crises facing our nation today. The problem is only exacerbated when it comes to reading nonfiction text, … Continue reading

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Do You Comprehend?

ReadWorks Executive Director David Ciulla schools edtech companies on building effective literacy products.  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero A research-based reading comprehension curriculum, ReadWorks is delivered directly to K-6 teachers and principals, online, for free, to be shared broadly. Technology … Continue reading

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