Web Literacy – Connecting With Your Audience

Web Literacy

The term web literacy has been used to explain being someone using the internet and being fluent with the use of the basics but also of popular applications such as Twitter, Facebook, etc. as well as how you can utilize YouTube for your personal needs. But in this instance we will talk about here, it […]

Education Hot Topics Transforming How Students Learn

Education Hot Topics Transforming How Students Learn

There are several education hot topics that will change the way information is delivered to the learner and how the learner uses that information. In the past, the teacher stood at the front of the classroom and lectured or taught. The student took notes, memorized and repeated the information on a test. This system worked […]

Using Technology to Support Traditional Literacy

Using Technology to Support Traditional Literacy

Teachers face a challenge in promoting traditional literacy when their students are far more adept at texting or instant messaging. How can students, particularly those in middle and high school, become interested in traditional literacy, and why should they? The latter is one of the most frequent questions teachers hear: “Why should I? What good […]

Online Reading Comprehension for Kids

Online Reading Comprehension for Kids

Online reading comprehension for kids is not the same as reading on paper. That may seem self-evident, but the skills involved are entirely different, as are the intentions with which internet users read. Online reading is non-linear, based more on skimming than deep reading. Jakob Nielsen, a usability expert and consultant, calls this “information foraging.” […]