Supporting Teachers in Their Integration of Technology with Literacy
Reading Horizons Volume 48, Number 3, ISSN 0034-0502
This study investigates how two elementary teachers begin to use technology in a private school that had access to technology at many levels. Using a collaborative teacher-research model, the researcher specifically examined how to support teachers' practice as they integrated technology tools within their literacy curriculum. Due to a supportive context, the teachers refined their writing instruction to include technology tools, and students improved their literacy through challenging learning experiences. (Contains 4 figures.)
Moore-Hart, M.A. (2008). Supporting Teachers in Their Integration of Technology with Literacy. Reading Horizons, 48(3), 177-200.
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