How will e-readers affect the English classroom?

09/5/2011 | Teacher Leaders Network

Eighth-grade English teacher Ariel Sacks considers in this blog post the rising popularity of the Kindle, the Nook and other e-readers among students. The devices, which once seemed to represent a more futuristic classroom, now may be poised to offer a new tool for motivating students to read and helping teachers review students' commentary on their reading assignments, she writes.

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