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Using technology to enhance reading : innovative approaches to literacy instruction /

edited by Timothy V. Rasinski, Kristine E. Pytash, and Richard E. Ferdig ; Contributors, Diane Barone [and others].

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Names: Rasinski, Timothy V.
Published: Bloomington, IN : Solution Tree Press, [2015]
Topics: Reading - Computer-assisted instruction. | Reading - Technological innovations. | Educational technology.
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245 00|aUsing technology to enhance reading :|binnovative approaches to literacy instruction /|cedited by Timothy V. Rasinski, Kristine E. Pytash, and Richard E. Ferdig ; Contributors, Diane Barone [and others].
264 1|aBloomington, IN :|bSolution Tree Press,|c[2015]
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504 |aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 233-252) and index.
505 0 |aFoundational reading competencies supported with technology : phonemic awareness and word recognition / by Diane Barone -- Rethinking foundational reading skills : making room for the complexities of digital texts / by Rachel Karchmer-Klein, Valerie Harlow Shinas, and Julie B. Wise -- Using tablets to teach foundational skills : matching apps to student needs / by Laura Northrop and Erin Killeen -- Podcasts : adding power and new possibilities to the readers theater experience / by Sheri Vasinda and Julie McLeod -- Student-produced movies as authentic reading fluency instruction / by Chase Young and Timothy V. Rasinski -- Audio-assisted reading builds reading fluency / by Kaybeth Calabria and Kristine E. Pytash -- Post-reading vocabulary development through VSSPlus / by Dana L. Grisham, Linda Smetana, and Thomas DeVere Wolsey -- Bringing words to life through student-created vocabulary videos / by Bridget Dalton and Kimberly McDavid Schmidt -- Self-regulated vocabulary learning on the Internet / by Rachel J. Ebner -- Using the multimodal explanatory composition strategy to respond to informational texts / by Amy C. Hutchinson -- Annotation apps : supporting middle school students' interpretation of science texts / by Jill Castek and Megan Goss -- Online research and media skills : an instructional model for online informational texts / by Ian O'Byrne and J. Gregory McVerry --
505 0 |aDigging deeper with reader response : using digital tools to support comprehension of literary texts in online learning environments / by Lotta Larson and Bernadette Dwyer -- Coding and connecting complex literature / by J. Gregory McVerry and W. Ian O'Byrne -- Linking through literature : exploring complex texts through hypertext literary analysis / by Blaine E. Smith and Nicole Barrick Renner -- Classroom blogging to develop disciplinary literacy / by Michael L. Manderino, Corrine M. Wickens, and Elsa Andreasen Glover -- Using eReaders to enhance literacy instruction in the content areas / by Zhihui Fang, Lauren Eutsler, Suzanne Coatoam Chapman and Yang Qi -- Supporting inquiry with digital texts in school disciplines / by Phillip Wilder and Danielle Herro -- "I wanted to film, so I read the book": filmmaking in the English classroom / by Kristen Srsen and William Kist -- eBooks and eReaders : removing obstacles, improving motivation / by Elizabeth A. Edmondson -- Using literacy iPad apps for reading motivation / by Salika A. Lawrence, Carrie E. Hong, Marie Donnantuono, and Geraldine Mongillo -- Literacy assessments in the digital age / by Jacqueline Love Zeig and Tara Lee Ronzetti -- Developing and assessing fluency through Web 2.0 digital tools / by Jacqueline Love Zeig -- Using blogs as formative assessment of reading comprehension / by Katie Stover and Lindsay Sheronick Yearta.
520 |a"Enhance students' reading abilities with technology. Discover how technological resources can improve the effectiveness and breadth of reading instruction to build student knowledge. Read real-world accounts from literacy experts, and learn how their methods can be adapted for your classroom. Explore how to foster improvement in student learning using a variety of tools, including interactive whiteboards, tablets, and social media applications. Benefits: gain insight into ways to incorporate technology into reading instruction, obtain guidance on choosing progress-monitoring tools to best address your students' needs, discover strategies to engage students in vocabulary instruction, and help students interpret informational texts, learn how to use various tools to spark group discussions about literature, determine how to continually assess students' connections with the assigned reading material" -- From the publisher.
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