“Educators who know how to spark student conversations around classic books can vouch for how the process can improve reading comprehension and literacy. Now Great Books Foundation, a longtime provider of classroom reading and discussion materials, hopes to modernize that process with the launch next week of a new digital platform aimed at helping teachers easily track student progress and enabling students to complete homework and quizzes online.”
“What we’ve got is a fairly robust platform that allows students and teachers to aggregate and share questions about a text,” said Joe Coulson, president of Great Books Foundation. “But in addition, they can pull passages out, aggregate them in a separate list and then share those lists with notes” before, during or after class, he said. Read the full article.
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