Apps to help with students' summer reading tasks

05/27/2013 | Edudemic

Mobile-device applications can help teachers and students keep track of summer reading goals and help maintain skills during the break, educator and Edudemic editor Katie Lepi writes in this blog post. Lepi shares four reading apps, such as Gobstopper, which is a free e-reader that allows teachers to monitor student reading and benchmark their skills before the new year begins.

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