All of us continue to look for ways to increase reading and writing in our classrooms — specifically, the use of non-fiction, informational texts. To that end, I thought you’d be interested to learn more about The New York Times Replica Edition.
If you are a NoodleTools user, this post applies to you. Over the summer, we transitioned to NoodleTools’s new single sign-on (SSO) authentication. This means that students and teachers, alike, will be able to use their Google username and password to access the program, which is most commonly used for developing Works Cited and Reference List pages for research assignments (but it has many other functions, too).
The ILC blog keeps Antioch students and staff up to date with news and events related to reading, research, technology, and more.
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