Fact Sheet: Technology Use With English Learners


Source: https://www.ncela.ed.gov/files/fast_facts/Del4.4_TechnologyUseWithELs_122319_508.pdf?utm_source=nexus_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=fact_sheet_technology_use_with_els

Excellent study

What Are The Best Apps For Improved Reading Comprehension?



Reading comprehension is a matter of decoding, reading speed, and critical thinking about the text, all of which can improve with tiered practice. (See 50 apps for struggling readers.)

So below, in an order of general complexity, are 15 apps for improved reading comprehension, ranging from word and sentence fluency, to recall, to critical thinking skills, to reading speed.

Due to the nature of reading and literacy progress, most are indeed for K-5 and SLP, but the latter apps, especially Reading Trainer, Compare Twist, and Enchanted Dictionary, can be used through high school in the right context. Let us know on our facebook page what we missed.

Reblogged from Volkan Iner 

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Some reasons that explain how you feel here

Free Backgrounds for Virtual Meetings


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Using the Drive App to Create a Google Doc from printed materials


Great practical tips here

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Good tips here

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Beware and prepare. More here

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Great practical tips here

6 Steps to Prepare for an Online Fall Semester in Higher Education


An article from the Chronicle here

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