People are talking about Iserotope!
Well, at least a little bit.
Right at the end of the interview, for about 10 seconds, Mr. Edgerly and Ms. Griswold mentioned me and Iserotope — and whether teachers should use technology to monitor their students’ reading progress. Ms. Griswold says no — as do I.
(They were talking about “Not Reading the Book? The Book is Watching You,” where I got a little freaked out about how some companies think it would be a good idea if teachers tracked their students’ “engagement” on tablets.)
For the very serious and loyal Iserotope follower, see if you can find the 10-second clip in this 45-minute podcast! (The rest of the podcast is excellent, too: Mr. Edgerly does an excellent job keeping up with all things Kindle.)
Thanks, Mr. Edgerly and Ms. Griswold, for mentioning Iserotope! It’s a small but very powerful world out there of folks interested in how Kindles can revolutionize (and improve) reading and literature instruction in high schools! I’m glad to be a part of it.