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Friday, July 26 • 11:45am - 12:50pm
Building Reading Communities using Subtext

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In this "Hands On Session" participants will learn how it is possible, in a closed classroom community, to share margin notes, highlight, summarize, and assess in Subtext, a collaborative, social, reading app. Participants will learn how to create closed groups and share both fiction and non-fiction readings with their students. Participants will be able to find text resources, both free and paid, as well as convert any web content and make it available in Subtext. This session will review how Subtext can help assess the standards of the Common Core as well as help participants create assessments, add web links to notes, and monitor student progress while students are reading. Participants will see how it is possible to have a safe, social reading experience where students interact with each other as well as the teacher about their assigned readings in a connected way.

Presentation Handout: http://goo.gl/nlBNp



Speakers
avatar for Sydnye Cohen

Sydnye Cohen

Library Media Specialist, Brookfield High School
I have long been a technophile. Connecting teachers and students to technology in a way that integrates it seamlessly into the curriculum is what brings joy to me every day. I am a library media specialist, working in a 1:1 iPad school who is lucky to be able to work collaboratively with teachers and students every day.


Friday July 26, 2013 11:45am - 12:50pm
Cambridge - 4th Floor (A wing)

Attendees (26)