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Paul Beaufait

Evidence increases for reading on paper instead of screens - 1 views

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    "[S]tudies point to better reading comprehension from printed material..." (deck). "[R]esults from 33 high-quality studies that tested students' comprehension ... showed that students of all ages, from elementary school to college, tend to absorb more when they're reading on paper than on screens, particularly when it comes to nonfiction material" (Barshay, ¶¶ 3-4). That is, without the extra bells and whistles that digital texts can potentially offer" (¶10). "Still, there isn't yet convincing proof that the digital add-ons improve reading comprehension or even match the reading comprehension that students can achieve with text on paper" (¶12). Barshay, Jill. (2019.08.12). Evidence increases for reading on paper instead of screens [online news report]. https://hechingerreport.org/evidence-increases-for-reading-on-paper-instead-of-screens/
Paul Beaufait

Home | Spigot - 4 views

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    On this site, the Digital Media and Learning Research Hub (University of California Humanities Research Institute) "aggregate[s] news, research, opinion and info for those working at the intersection of learning, technology, and youth" (2012.03.07).
Paul Beaufait

CTL: Learning Environments - 0 views

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    This Center for Technology in Learning page introduces activities of the center which focus on learning environments, lists current projects, and includes a list of selected publications, many of which are available online.
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    I happened upon the sri.com site by following a reference to Tapped In (R) from the Unsung Hero... post on Authorship 2.0 (June 18, 2008).
Paul Beaufait

Bridging the Writing Gap | Authorship 2.0 - 0 views

  • Students, in their infinite wisdom, have identified what makes Web 2.0 communication media so powerful: they genuinely put the act of communication back into writing. They offer a platform for students to use writing to develop their ideas and communicate those ideas to real audiences with real purpose.
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    summarizes and reflects upon College Board and Pew Internet collaborative report on Writing, Technology and Teens:http://pewresearch.org/pubs/808/writing-technology-and-teens (2008.04.24)
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    Marielle (Classroom 2.0) aka mapl3 (Authorship 2.0) publicises findings of a telephone survey and discussion with focus groups of U.S. teens about writing online
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