IntelliTools Reading: Balanced Literacy

Lafferty, Iris Obille
September 2001
Tech & Learning;Sep2001, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p28
Features an interactive program designed to supplement traditional reading curriculum for beginning readers. Role of the National Institutes of Health in the development of the program; Organization of lessons into sequential units; Use of animal-themed electronic books; Emphasis on developing reading skills in children.


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