Anyone using subtext for reading discussion? I love how the content and conversation are intertwined.

Anyone using subtext for reading discussion? I love how the content and conversation are intertwined.

http://librariansonthefly.blogspot.com/2013/10/subtext-in-your-classroom-or-library.html?m=1

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  1. I tried and absolutely love it but unfortunately it isn’t feasible in our Chromebook classroom because the beta web interface doesn’t allow kids to read material, and using our limited iPads as multi-user devices was not a practical solution for this purpose, either. I am holding out hope that it becomes available to us on Chromebooks because the possibilities are endless, but for now we add pdfs to Drive. 

  2. I tried and absolutely love it but unfortunately it isn’t feasible in our Chromebook classroom because the beta web interface doesn’t allow kids to read material, and using our limited iPads as multi-user devices was not a practical solution for this purpose, either. I am holding out hope that it becomes available to us on Chromebooks because the possibilities are endless, but for now we add pdfs to Drive. 

  3. I tried and absolutely love it but unfortunately it isn’t feasible in our Chromebook classroom because the beta web interface doesn’t allow kids to read material, and using our limited iPads as multi-user devices was not a practical solution for this purpose, either. I am holding out hope that it becomes available to us on Chromebooks because the possibilities are endless, but for now we add pdfs to Drive. 

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