Actively Learn in the Blogosphere
Kingsley emphasizes best practices enabled by Actively Learn, such as building schema, supporting metacognition, intrinsically motivating readers, and tracking formative assessment.
This article focuses on scaffolding, evidence-based thinking, and building content knowledge through nonfiction.
Customization and assessment features distinguish Actively Learn from other reading websites.
The huffington post mentions actively learn as a "very impressive" reading and literacy app represented at iste2016
Brad Spirrison shares his takeaways from the annual International Society for Technology Educators conference.
"Sites named as Best Websites for Teaching & Learning foster the qualities of innovation, creativity, active participation and collaboration."
Blogger and classroom teacher Jeremy Wickham describes how his "mind was blown" after adopting Actively Learn for his students.
English teacher Miss B describes her positive experience using Actively Learn after discovering it at the EdTechTeam Google summit.
The faculty development center at Hunter College presents one Special Education professor's experience using Actively Learn to solve her pedagogical challenges.
High school history teacher and blogger MJ Linane describes the reading comprehension problems she overcame in her classroom using Actively Learn.
Blogger Larry Ferlazzo shares his enthusiasm for Actively Learn and includes an overview video.
After discovering Actively Learn at the ISTE Conference, blogger Richard Byrne explains how easy it is to use the free reading platform.
A new partnership between HarperCollins and Actively Learn is bringing thousands of new titles to the digital platform, including favorites like Bridge to Terabithia and The Alchemist.
Technology Consultant Gina Rogers explains the top three things she loves about Actively Learn.
Teacher and blogger Kari Milton shares her and her students' positive impressions of Actively Learn.
Blogger Katie Ann Wilson reviews Actively Learn after putting it to use in her 6th grade Social Studies class.
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