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Welcome to Edji! Edji is the way to make your student’s reading engagement visible! Edji is a classroom reading tool that lets you share any content with your students to be analyzed and discussed in the classroom. Your students get the opportunity to interact with the reading and communicate their ideas, connections or opinions directly ..

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You can use Edji in thousands of different ways, and we have made this example guide to help you get started. Check out this video on how to make your first reading from 5th-grade teacher and Edji Co-Founder, Will Stewart!     1. Choose your Reading You can use any digital reading you want in Edji. All you have ..

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Edji is web-based, so it will run on any device connected to the internet, including (but not limited to): iPads Chromebooks Desktops Laptops Fire Tablets Smartphones All you need is an internet browser to access all of Edji’s features. Since Edji lives on the web, you will never need to download an app, plugin, or check for updated versions. Edji ..

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Annotating is the core of Edji, and is what allows teachers and students to read together and start a discussion in Edji. We believe that there are many ways for readers to express themselves and their thoughts about the text, so we have included 3 different ways to annotate:   1. Emoji Comments 2. Text ..

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Edji is a versatile educational tool that combines reading and collaborative annotations to create a unique classroom discussion focused on a text, image, or PDF. Try it out! Edji is free for any teacher to try, and students do not need an account to start reading and annotating.   Check out this video from our teacher co-founder ..

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  We here at Edji are passionate about connecting people through reading. Edji was built to empower teachers, in their journey to cultivate the minds of their students. At its core, Edji is a simple reading tool that lets anybody easily distribute readings and track their student’s progress through the reading. Readers can read individually, using text, ..

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