Why the Death of Paper Books May Be Greatly Exaggerated
Larry Ferlazzo with Kristin Ziemke andDan Willingham
|Even among those we call “digital natives” paper books are more popular than digital books. Further, research indicates that comprehension is higher with traditional books over e-books. Are paper texts here to stay?
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May 18, 2016 Classroom Q & A
Dan Willingham is a cognitive psychologist who studies how what we know about the mind can be usefully applied in classrooms. A teacher of primary age learners in Chicago, Kristin Ziemke pairs best practice instruction with digital tools to transform learning in the classroom and beyond. Author of Amplify: Digital Teaching and Learning in the K-6 Classroom, Apple Distinguished Educator and National Board Certified Teacher, Kristin collaborates with educators around the globe as a staff developer, speaker and writer.
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