Monthly Archives: May 2011

Reading & tech

The temperature was hot, but the market wasn’t, in Orlando last week at the International Reading Association’s annual conference.   About 8800 attendees despite the pull of Disney World, about the same as last year in Chicago, and barely more than … Continue reading

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Comes the revolution…

ISTE’s Learning & Leading magazine just published a “Point/Counterpoint” item on “Will the iPad Revolutionize Education?”  I’m the author of the “no” stance in the piece.  You’ll see my reasons if you click to the article. But…while I still believe what … Continue reading

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Successfully fishing the 6″-deep river

Can you catch fish in a stream with an average depth of six inches?  You can if that “average” includes some areas that are three inches and some that are 12 feet.  And if you find the 12-foot parts where … Continue reading

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