Online Introductory Course for Parents and Teachers: Nuts About Reading™
Should Reading Technology Only Be Used As a ‘Supplemental’ Tool For a Child’s Reading Success?
Should reading technology only be used as a ‘supplemental’ tool for a child’s reading success? To answer this question, we should to look at both sides of the argument. What
The Role of Speech-Recognition Technology In Programs of Literacy Instruction
The role of speech-recognition technology in programs of literacy instruction. Speech-recognition technology has been shown to be an effective tool for literacy instruction. The technology allows students to receive immediate
Traditional Classroom Skill Instruction in Reading v. Online/Edtech Applications?
Traditional classroom skill instruction in reading v. online/edtech applications? There is no one answer to whether traditional skill instruction or online/edtech applications are better for reading instruction. It depends on
Can e-Reading Technology Be Useful In Closing the Skills Gaps In Literacy?
Can e-Reading technology be useful in closing the skills gaps in literacy? The answer is a resounding “yes!” E-reading can be a helpful tool in addressing literacy skill gaps. In
How Low-Income Parents Can Provide e-Technology for Their Kids
It’s no secret that having e-technology, like a laptop or tablet, can vastly improve a student’s educational experience and outcomes. But what if you’re a low-income parent who can’t afford
How Do High Achieving Students Use Technology Vs. Lower-Achieving Students?
How do high achieving students use technology vs. lower-achieving students? Technology has drastically changed the landscape of education. It has become an integral part of the classroom and has levelled