Opinion: Reading, thinking skills critical in Internet age

02/24/2008 | Detroit News, The

While some educators might find technology intimidating, it may be the key to engaging many of today's students, writes Iris Salters, president of the Michigan Education Association. Children also need high-level reading and thinking skills to judge the accuracy of online information and put disparate bits of information into a coherent context.

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