EDIT: This is the first ever appearance of Academic Reading Circles online. Some information, including roles, have been since update in the book. Click here to see. If you use any information from this post, related ARC posts linked below, slideshares, or the book itself, please attribute it to Tyson Seburn, with […]
Sometimes it seems like students understand what they’ve read, but it’s not always what it appears to be. I decided to show my students that answering questions in their own words is important.
One of my favourite tools on the web is bulletin boards (no, not those from early 90s web chats). They work like a basic corkboard you put up in your classroom wall and they can even look like it too. My experience with these types of tools has been either as a collaborative birthday greeting […]