Technology in Literacy Education

To promote computers and related technologies as tools for improving the quality of reading/language arts instruction, and for enhancing children's interest in recreational reading.

Chair: Denise Johnson
Assistant Chair: Julie B. Wise

For more information on this group, visit the Technology in Literacy Education website.

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TILE/SIG (newsletter)

Free Copy of the Newsletter (Fall 2013)

Reading Today Online:

May 22, 2015 Social Practices That Support Learning
May 15, 2015 Students as Webmasters
May 01, 2015 Online Peer Reviews Improve Literacy Instruction
Apr 10, 2015 Build Interest and Motivation With Online Reviews
Apr 03, 2015 Crowd-Sourcing in the Classroom
Mar 20, 2015 Online Resources Widen PD Impact
Mar 13, 2015 Connecting Readers With Reads Online
Mar 06, 2015 Scaffolding Online Collaboration With the “Three C’s”
Feb 13, 2015 Learning Spaces In Augmented Reality
Feb 06, 2015 Taking Student Responses Digital
Jan 16, 2015 Fostering Global Citizenship Online
Dec 19, 2014 Spotlighting Online Literacy Resources
Nov 21, 2014 Facilitating Online Discussions About Text
Nov 14, 2014 Online Fan Fiction Spaces as Literacy Tools
Oct 31, 2014 Fostering Historical Inquiry With Digital Video Composition
Oct 24, 2014 Key Questions for Design of a Blended Learning Tapestry
Oct 17, 2014 Building Bridges Between Digital and Physical Learning
Oct 10, 2014 Supporting Struggling Readers Online: Tips and Resources
Oct 03, 2014 Using Web-Based Annotations to Engage in Close Reading
Sep 26, 2014 Remix Online Content With Mozilla Popcorn
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