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Technology-Enhanced Reading Comprehension. Rosa Parks Elementary January 25, 2006. Technology Needs. Responding to Your Needs Differentiated Needs Increased Hardware and Applications Connecting Issues, Resources, Solutions. Focus on the Focus. Reading Comprehension ELL Support

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technology enhanced reading comprehension

Technology-Enhanced Reading Comprehension

Rosa Parks Elementary

January 25, 2006

technology needs
Technology Needs
  • Responding to Your Needs
  • Differentiated Needs
  • Increased Hardware and Applications
  • Connecting Issues, Resources, Solutions
focus on the focus
Focus on the Focus
  • Reading Comprehension
  • ELL Support
  • Special Education Support
  • Analysis of Student Work
  • Observations of Students at Work
welcome to the digital age
Welcome to the Digital Age!
  • 57% of students (ages 7-17) use a home computer to complete school assignments
  • 53% of teachers use technology in their classroom instruction
  • Virtually all schools are connected to the Internet
  • 88% of schools maintain a website
welcome to the digital age5
Welcome to the Digital Age!
  • 20% young adults (18-25) use Internet for health-related information
  • 40% students (7-17) hone skills using word processing/desktop publishing programs at home
  • Students use the Internet to connect online with communities (clubs, groups, teams)
  • 77% students (ages 7-17) in higher-income homes use a home computer
  • 29% students in households earning less that $15,000 annually use a home computer
conclusions
Conclusions
  • U.S. children are benefiting from technology-enabled opportunities
  • When low-income children have access to technology, they use it in ways that enhance their opportunities (download study guides, seek medical care, more likely to post opinions on issues)

Measuring Digital Opportunity for America’s Children: Where We Stand and Where We Go From Here

additional reports
Additional Reports
  • Internet: The Mainstreaming of Online Life (www.pewinternet.org/pdfs/Internet_Status_2005.pdf)
  • Children, the Digital Divide, and Federal Policy (www.kff.org/entmedia/upload/Children-The-Digital-Divide-And-Federal-Policy-Issue-Brief.pdf)
  • Teachers Talk Tech 2005: Tools for Teachers vs. Tolls for Learning (http://newsroom.cdwg.com/features/TTTCompleteResults.pdf)
additional reports8
Additional Reports
  • Tech Tonic: Towards a New Literacy of Technology (www.allianceforchildhood.org/projects/computers/pdf_files/tech_tonic.pdf)
  • Generation M: Media in the Lives of 8-18-Year-Olds (www.kff.org/entmedia/upload/Generation-M-Media-In-The-Lives-Of-8-18-Year-Olds-Report.pdf)
reading comprehension
Connecting

Evaluating

Inferencing

Monitoring & Clarifying

Predicting

Questioning

Synthesizing

Summarizing

Visualizing

Cause & Effect

Sequencing

Compare & Contrast

Reading Comprehension
tech enhanced learning
WebQuests

PowerPoints

Inspiration

Digital Images

Web Builders

Quicktime

Servers

Streaming

Online

I-Search

Download

Podcasts

Wikis

E-pals

Blog

Tech-Enhanced Learning
slide11
WWW
  • World Wide Web?
  • Whatever, Whenever, Wherever!
  • The New WWW can help us shift students from consumption to action and CrEaTiViTy!!!
  • Unlimited media is available…
  • Search for what’s Real, Rich & Relevant…and strike a balance…
slide12

Schools are stuck in the 20th century. Students have rushed into the 21st. How can schools catch up and provide students with a relevant education?

shifting gears
Shifting Gears
  • Filter Information
  • Interpret & Analyze
  • Evaluate Sources
  • Program, create
  • Problem Solve
  • Make Decisions
  • Knowledge Base
  • Connections
  • Master Tools
i have a dream
I Have a Dream…

I say to you today, even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream. It is a dream deeply rooted in the American dream.I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: "We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal." I have a dream that one day on the red hills of Georgia the sons of former slaves and the sons of former slaveholders will be able to sit down together at a table of brotherhood…

welcome to room 3
Welcome to Room 3
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Web Research
  • Digital Video Capture
  • iMovie
  • Quicktime
  • Web access
reflective evaluation
Reflective Evaluation

How can I use technology to enhance reading comprehension and student achievement?

What are my plans?

(written response due to Grade-level Chair following today’s Grade-level discussion)