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Ideas for Use in the Classroom
Create a Google Reader feed for classes and projects
Create a Google Reader feed for lesson plan ideas
Definitely a great tool for students to use while compiling research for a project
Students can receive instant news from various resources such as experts in a particular content, news agencies, and other important and relevant organizations when new information is posted
Teachers can add student blogs to their Reader and receive notification every time the blogs are updated.
Students can read up on a specific feed or topic and share it with the class (Jigsaw style of learning)
Teachers can subscribe to other elementary school blogs to follow what students around the world are creating on the web - and then share the best posts with their own students, complete with annotations that relate the international posts to content being learned in class.
Add your Reader feed to your Blog, website or iGoogle homepage.
Check out your Reader Trends and hone in on what sites and topics are catching your interest.
Highlight sections of a website and share it with students or colleagues.
Add “Note in Reader” to your browser tool bar to grab a snippet of any website (even one you’re not subscribed to) and save in Reader.
Use a service like RSSMix.com to create a class feed that consolidates all of the students’ individual shared item feeds.
Read your feeds on the go. With Google Reader on your phone you can access your favorite feeds from your mobile device.
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