open questions: I’m curious if there’s related research on pedagogy on the effectiveness of modality shifting from reading to thinking to writing that might underlie the additional pieces of forced active reading and annotating involved in social annotation?
Inspired by Nate Angell question at I Annotate 2021 during Featured Educator Office Hours
The door’s open! Drop by during Office Hours. All educators — from both K-12 and post-secondary schools, across disciplines, and with any level of prior experience using social annotation — are very welcome to pop in for a casual conversation with annotation enthusiasts. Join us and featured educator Miriam Cortez-Cooper (Physical Therapy, Rocky Mountain University of Health Professionals) and Karen Nicholas (Assistant Professor, Boise State University) to chat about the different ways social annotation is used in the classroom to support student learning.
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