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  1. Unknown
    August 5, 2013 @ 02:55

    Love it!!! I actually used this site with teachers and students at school!!!! It's a divine example of EXACTLY what we have been studying in class. The questions that were presented in the latest reading (Reading Digitally Like A Historian: Using Multimedia Texts to Facilitate Disciplinary Learning, Manderino, 2012), guide students to ask questions to be critical consumers of digital texts. Questions like "how trustworthy or reliable is the text? Who posted this source to the Internet? or Who is the intended audience?"

    I believe that teaching these questioning strategies will help students clarify purpose and help build their skill set. Students in the middle and high school are ready to be responsible for owning their own learning.

    Thanks for sharing your experience with the tree octopus!!!


  2. Tim
    August 6, 2013 @ 01:42

    I agree. We have to teach students to ask these questions and also teach them how to find the answers.


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