eReaders & eBooks in the Classroom
What am I going to do with THIS in MY classroom?!
What am I going to do with an eReader in my classroom?
Wednesday, June 13th 2012 at 2:45pm
A121, Trussville High School, Trussville, AL
Most of us have them...
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eBook Revolution -- Sort of...
Print books still have the corner market on how users read.
Create interactive textbooks.
Print vs. eBooks
Print isn't dead yet.
Battle of the Books
Struggling & Reluctant Readers
What if eBooks and eReaders intrigue your students enough to spark them to read. It's worth a try.
eReaders and eBooks offer accessibility features that will help some students be less self-conscious about exceptionalities. eReaders offer accommodations such as text-to-speech, contrast controls, and large print to name a few.
About the presenters
Cristin Dillard is the Library Media Specialist at Banks School and serves students grades K-8. She is a former 7-12 Social Studies teachers.
Kimberly Dunn is a English Language Arts teacher at Pike County High School.
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