Supporting Content Area Literacy with Technology Meeting the Needs of Diverse Learners

ISBN-10: 0205511856

ISBN-13: 9780205511853

Edition: 2009

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Description: Key Benefit:To make content area learning more engaging and meaningful for all studentsnbsp;the authorsnbsp;present teachers with a basic framework for pairing literacy strategies with readily available classroom technology. nbsp; Key Topic:Show teachers how to harness the power of pairing technology with literacy strategies to support content learning of all students. nbsp; Market:nbsp;Written for classroom teachers, special education teachers, reading specialists, literacy coaches and coordinators, and staff development coordinators or directors in grades K-8.

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List price: $47.60
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/19/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 7.40" wide x 9.10" long x 0.70" tall
Weight: 0.902
Language: English

Blanche O'Bannon, Ed.D. (University of Memphis, Memphis, TN.) teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Educational Technology in the department of Theory and Practice in Teacher Education at The University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee. Her primary research areas include the development of K-12 teachers for the integration of technology into curriculum topics to enhance learning as well as the design and development of multimedia/hypermedia learning environments and course development focusing in these areas.Dr. O'Bannon is a member in numerous professional organizations including the Association of the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) and the International Society of Technology in Education (ISTE), and presents papers regularly at their annual conferences. She serves on the Board of Associate Editors for the Journal of Research on Technology in Education.She has a successful record in securing external and other funding with the most recent large award being received from the Department of Education Preparing Tomorrow's Teachers to Use Technology (PT3) initiative.Dr. O'Bannon serves as the Coordinator the core technology course for teachers receiving licensure from The University of Tennessee. Her focus, since coming to UT in 2000, has been to align the core technology course with national technology standards to facilitate the development of teachers who are capable of integrating technology into 21st century classrooms. In addition, she has insured that this course focuses on integration versus simply skills.You can review her courses and other resources her website at http://web.utk.edu/~bobannon

Preface
Acknowledgments
Content Literacy and Technology: A Twenty-First-Century Approach for Children with Diverse Abilities
Seeing Forward
Content Literacy and Technology: A Rationale for Diverse Learners
What Is Content Literacy and Why Is It Important?
Building Skills and Knowledge with Technology-Mediated Content Literacy
Policy Implications for Meeting Content Literacy and Learning Needs of All Students
Think and Apply
Considerations for Learners with Special Needs: Assistive and Instructional Technology
Looking Back
Questions for Study
References
Content Literacy and Learning Strategies
Seeing Forward
Overview of Content Literacy and Learning Strategies
A Framework for Content Literacy
Readiness
Interactive Comprehension
Extending New Learning
Readiness Strategies for Content Literacy and Learning
Anticipation Guides
Lesson Impressions
Student Questions for Purposeful Learning (SQPL)
KWL
Interactive Comprehension Strategies
GISTing
Question-Answer Relationship (QAR)
Process Guides
Word Grids
Strategies That Extend New Learning
RAFT
SPAWN
Reader-Response Writing
Think and Apply
Looking Back
Questions for Study
References
Designing Lessons to Meet a Wide Range of Abilities
Seeing Forward
Universal Design for Learning
Support recognition learning by providing multiple, flexible methods of presentation
Support strategic learning by providing multiple, flexible methods of expression and apprenticeship
Support affective learning by providing multiple, flexible options for engagement
Digital Tools That Support Universal Design
Application Software
Web-Based Applications
Hardware Tools
Access Tools
Balancing Remediation and Compensatory Strategies
Designing Content Literacy Lessons That Incorporate Technology
Think and Apply
Looking Back
Questions for Study
References
Social Studies: Content Literacy and Technology
Seeing Forward
Classroom Case Study
Content Standards
Readiness
Strategy: Student Questions for Purposeful Learning (SQPL)
Interactive Comprehension
Strategy: Process Guide
Using Electronic Reading Support
Extending New Learning
Strategy: SPAWN Writing
Looking Back
Question for Study
Language Arts: Content Literacy and Technology
Seeing Forward
Classroom Case Study
Content Standards
Readiness
Strategy: KWL Charts
Interactive Comprehension
Strategy: GISTing
Extending New Learning
Strategy: RAFT Writing
Looking Back
Questions for Study
References
Science: Content Literacy and Technology
Seeing Forward
Classroom Case Study
Content Standards
Readiness
Strategy: Anticipation Guide
Interactive Comprehension
Strategy: Question-Answer Relationship (QAR)
Extending New Learning
Strategy: Reader Response Writing
Looking Back
Questions for Study
References
Math: Content Literacy and Technology
Seeing Forward
Classroom Case Study
Content Standards
Readiness
Strategy: Lesson Impression
Interactive Comprehension
Strategy: Word Grid
Extending New Learning
Strategy: RAFT Writing
Looking Back
Questions for Study
References
Resources
Technology Tools for Content Literacy Support
Seeing Forward
Overview of Technology Tools
A Framework for Technology Support
Software Tools
Word Processors
Visual Learning Software
Presentation Software
Electronic Reading and Study Systems
Web-Based Applications
Hardware Tools
Desktop and Laptop Stations
Portable Word Processors
Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) and Hand-Held Computers
Portable Media Players: iPods and Others
Access Tools
Built-In Access
Think and Apply
Looking Back
Questions for Study
Product Examples Used in K-12 Classrooms
References
Index
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