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E103 Nonfiction 2.0: Digital Extensions of Text to Support the Common Core

Monday, April 8, 2013
1:30 PM 2:30 PM
, Lecturer, Rutgers University; School of Communication & Information
, Coordinator, Office of Library Services, New York City Department of Education and New York City School Library System
, Doctoral Student, Lehigh University College of Education

The Common Core and its growing following are calling for unprecedented use of nonfiction texts in our K–12 classrooms. This presentation highlights exemplary nonfiction online resources, models strategies for guiding students’ comprehension and inquiry, addresses distinctions between working with electronic and paper-based texts, and shares a variety of units that target deep understandings and creative media use, including vetted online tools for crafting and assessing students’ knowledge products.

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