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1:51 AM
Obviously, kids that young (grades 1-5) are not allowed to visit this site, but as you said, their teachers would and should have a lot of questions specific to that age range. Middle school questions about how to enrich/accelerate the learning of the 3 Rs with tablets most definitely should be on topic, imho.
 
2:05 AM
With "writing" replaced by typing :-)
Also, there's the controversial issue of whether kids that young should be allowed to use calculators to do arithmetic...
 
 
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3:57 AM
Well, I feel pretty confident that the teaching of reading and writing and arithmetic, all entire fields of pedagogy in their own right, don't belong on a site for education about computer science
In fact, we have a sister site, matheducators, which would consider arithmetic to be in their scope.
SE could, at some point in the future, have a site for reading comprehension education. I'd probably be heavily involved in such a site.
Maybe englisheducators
 
 
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8:19 AM
@BenI. I'm pretty sure English Language Learners has that mostly covered. ELU mostly takes more in-depth questions. Literature is about... well, literature. Teaching English doesn't really fit in IMO; but we will explain what a passage means when necessary.
(in response to skullpatrol's message above as well)
 
8:48 AM
Looks like 94 questions have the tag at math educators.se
While 16 have the tag.
 

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