Integrating technology with the teaching of an early literacy course

Morrow, Lesley Mandel; Barnhart, Steven; Rooyakkers, Debra
November 2002
Reading Teacher;Nov2002, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p218
Academic Journal
Describes a project designed to enhance the technological ability of university students enrolled in an early literacy course. Correlation between literacy and technology; Benefits of using technology in literacy instruction; Application of technology in teaching early literacy course.


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