Welcome to my ReadingPower blog. I hope to explore the power of reading as a weapon of mass construction. I hope to harness this weapon for only the good of teacher and student kind. Hopefully, any explosions will be of the Eureka kind, in finding new ways and ideas of using reading to improve learning outcomes. I want to learn new Web 2 ways of connecting information and finding pathways to improve deep understanding, so no doubt this will require spying on the internet and collecting lots of high level dossiers from the greatest minds I can find online and in non-virtual reality, so thank you for your help and interest, in Anneticipation

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