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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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Foundational 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 --
Digging 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.
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