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A survey on e-readers in the classroom -- what do teachers and students think?

Some good studies have already provided useful information on the use of Kindles in the classroom. We are trying to get additional information through the following survey, -- for those of you who used Kindle or an e-reader in a
classroom, either as a teacher or a student. Thanks in advance for your
participation!


http://questionpro.com/t/AEAdDZHhGL


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Comment by Debby Guardino on May 23, 2010 at 10:14am
Any help is appreciated.
Comment by elizabeth on May 23, 2010 at 9:53am
hi debby,
i'm not sure how helpful i'd be as an advisor, but more than happy to help out. the most useful writeup i've come across on the use of kindle in the classroom was for reed college. here is a link on what some schools http://chronicle.com/blogPost/Kindle-Failed-Tests-at-Several/23253/...

here is another writeup -- web.reed.edu/cis/about/kindle_pilot/Reed_Kindle_report.pdf
Comment by Debby Guardino on May 22, 2010 at 6:43am
Hi, I just had a grant funded for four Kindles through DonorsChoose.org and have two more up for funding through the same source. I wrote a paper for the National Lab Day Project and have tried to find current research or protocol on using Kinldes with elementary and specialneeds kids. Since there is little to no research I decided to get supervisors and volunteers from my district to help me write a protocol. I have a person from Nasa that is helping via the internet and some interest from local universitites. Would you be willing to work as an advisor via the internet with my project? You would be credited on my site. I would appreciate the access to any studies available.


http://www.nationallabday.org/projects/1843-kindle-our-kids-curiosity

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