The Hypothesis Project is an effort to implement an old idea: A conversation layer over the entire web that works everywhere. Imagine having your students interact with each other in an online conversation that takes place in a content layer over an existing website, image, infographic, news article, poem, etc. You don’t need permission from […]
Posts Tagged: reading
This image presents basic steps for finding the main idea using an image as an example. This could be an attention getter or first step before moving to finding the main idea in a paragraph. I like the idea that the main idea is right in front of the reader’s eyes. http://helloliteracy.blogspot.com/2014/03/so-whats-big-deal-getting-to-main-idea.html
Thank you to Gina Dalle Molle for sharing this infographic with Circles of Innovation. According to her, this image presents basic steps for finding the main idea using an image as an example. This could be an attention getter or first step before moving to finding the main idea in a paragraph. I like the […]
This seemed timely given our discussions about reading and attention spans this week. It’s an article and an infographic giving suggestions on what we can do to improve quality reading in young people. A Visual Guide To Slowing Down The Distracted Generation – Edudemic.
Special thanks to Heidi Ramírez for sharing the following infographic with Circles. Heidi teaches English as a Second Language on Valencia’s East Campus. This infographic describes how writing affects the brain. Writing acts as a way to destress, relax, and meditate. In addition, the act of writing triggers the brain to pay close attention to the information […]