Monthly Archives: February 2012
What Is Your Role As an Educator in Facilitating Deep Reading in Your Classroom ~ with Both Digital and Printed Texts?
What Is Your Role As an Educator in Facilitating DeepReadingin Your Classroom ~ with Both Digital and Printed Texts? That is a hard question for me to answer. In my classroom, learning to read is the main goal. Deep reading … Continue reading
Digital Learning in Kindergarten How can I effectively use technology for literacy instruction in my kindergarten classroom? Is it even possible? I spent some time today researching the possibilities. I first thought about how I could work time with technology … Continue reading
Deep Reading and the Internet 2 When I read your questions “. . . will we lose our ability to engage in deep reading in our digital culture? Is the internet “rewiring” our brains and preventing us from deep reading?”, … Continue reading
Deep Reading and the Internet My answer to your questions is NO. I feel that one can engage in deep reading when reading almost any kind of text. For example, when I think of deep reading, I think of the … Continue reading
According to Anne Powell-Brown, “there are ways to weave our passion for books into our role as teachers of reading” (286). That task is something I try to do everyday. I truly love to read and want my students to … Continue reading
I have thought a lot this week about how to re-create The One and Only Ivan in a digital format. It would be difficult. To start, I would like to have a visual image of The Big Top Mall. One … Continue reading