How the right font can help improve teaching, learning

08/14/2013 | Edutopia.org

Typography -- while it rarely gains attention in education -- is an important tool for teachers to consider in communicating ideas, writes Jason CranfordTeague, an author and user experience lead at Gannett Digital. In this blog post, he suggests teachers find a font that helps them communicate their own voice, keep it simple, make sparing use of boldface and italics and allow space in the text, among other tips.

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