Course

Teaching Digital Reading

Getting students do the reading is already a challenge. Supporting students in doing the reading online can make that challenge even greater. In this course, you’ll learn about approaches to supporting effective, engaged, and deep reading on screen.

This course has been developed with Dr Jenae Cohn from the Center for Teaching and Learning, University of California, Berkeley, USA, and it includes short videos, activities and discussion prompts. When completed you will:

  • Articulate the benefits of reading on screen for student learning.
  • Practice designing reading activities that are attentive to students’ material environments and devices for reading.
  • Assess different ways of reading to clarify purposes for reading in your own class contexts.

What’s InSIDE

  • 25 minutes
  • 8 Lessons
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