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The Reading Room #04: Global Read Aloud & Collaboration December 18, 2013 4:10 pm

The Reading Room #04: Global Read Aloud & Collaboration

“Crowdsourcing comprehension” has never been easier with the annual Global Read Aloud, the book ‘Out of My Mind’ by Sharon Draper, and a set of incredibly creative teachers and their 4th graders! Join host Heidi Perry (@readwithSubtext) as she discusses doing the Global Read Aloud in Subtext for the first time with teachers Jo-Ann Fox (4th grade teacher in Escondido, CA, @AppEducationFox) and Holly Clark (ed tech guru at EdTechTeacher, @HollyEdTechDiva).

Reading Room Make and Take: 2 Short Shares for Shakespeare December 4, 2013 9:00 am

Reading Room Make and Take: 2 Short Shares for Shakespeare

This short episode has some of Larry and Matt’s favorite new tools in the classroom.

The Reading Room #003: Disrupting Shakespeare- New Digital Strategies November 30, 2013 8:00 am

The Reading Room #003: Disrupting Shakespeare- New Digital Strategies

The Reading Room taps into the conversations happening among educators across the country, giving teachers a voice to elevate topics related to digital reading, literacy tools, strategies, and ultimately what kids love to read – in language arts, science, history, and every classroom in between. We’re excited to bring this conversation to The EdReach Network. This episode’s guests on the #ReadingRoom Larry Reiff and Matt Winkler

Reading Room Make and Take: 2 Tools From 2 Reading Powerhouses October 31, 2013 8:27 am

Reading Room Make and Take: 2 Tools From 2 Reading Powerhouses

Creating connections with the text, that’s what gets students into better digital reading and writing patterns! Host Heidi Perry (@readwithSubtext) continues her chat with Sydnye Cohen (instructional lead for ELA and Humanities at New Canaan High School, @sydnyec) and Troy Hicks (Associate Prof of English at Central Michigan University, Director of the Chippewa River Writing Project,@hickstro). They share a couple of their favorite tools.

Reading Room #02: Digital Reading & Writing October 23, 2013 2:10 pm

Reading Room #02: Digital Reading & Writing

Creating connections with the text, that’s what gets students into better digital reading and writing patterns! Host Heidi Perry (@readwithSubtext) asks Sydnye Cohen (instructional lead for ELA and Humanities at New Canaan High School, @sydnyec) and Troy Hicks (Associate Prof of English at Central Michigan University, Director of the Chippewa River Writing Project, @hickstro) to talk about their strategies and preferred time-saving tools to get students more engaged in reading and writing.

Reading Room Strategies: Tools for Reading You Can Use Now October 7, 2013 5:25 pm

Reading Room Strategies: Tools for Reading You Can Use Now

Collaboration, engagement, visual learning, connection. Host Heidi Perry from Subtext asks Lisa Highfill (19 year veteran and tech integration coach in Pleasanton Unified, @lhighfill) and Holly Clark (tech administrator and instructional lead at EdTechTeacher, @HollyEdTechDiva) for some great advice for great tools that teachers can use for reading.

The Reading Room #01: Building Tried and True Digital Reading Strategies September 11, 2013 10:10 pm

The Reading Room #01: Building Tried and True Digital Reading Strategies

Collaboration, engagement, visual learning, connection. Host Heidi Perry from Subtext asks Lisa Highfill (19 year veteran and tech integration coach in Pleasanton Unified, @lhighfill) and Holly Clark (tech administrator and instructional lead at EdTechTeacher, @HollyEdTechDiva) to talk about how they get kids more engaged in reading in a digital classroom. We end the show with a game of the ‘hot or not’ of instructional reading strategies. Vote on future topics at http://bit.ly/ReadingRoomShow.

Subtext: The Reading Room- Teaser September 2, 2013 12:49 am

Subtext: The Reading Room- Teaser

You may have seen the recent announcement from Subtext about the new show coming to EdReach, The Reading Room. The Reading Room taps into the conversations happening among educators across the country, giving teachers a voice to elevate topics related to digital reading, literacy tools, strategies, and ultimately what kids love to read – in language arts, science, history, and every classroom in between. We’re excited to bring this conversation to The EdReach Network.