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“Reading Revolution: New Texts and New Technologies”

Dr. Laurie Fowler Tuscaloosa, Alabama USA
Blog: http://lauriefowler.blogspot.com

Bio: Laurie Fowler from Tuscaloosa, Alabama, has 19 years of experience in education from teaching high school Latin and English to training teachers to integrate technology to providing an entire school district with high quality professional development. She loves all things geeky and loves to explore new tools. Currently, she owns her own professional development company called Ready, Set, Think!
Bio Page: https://k12online08presenters.wikispaces.com/Laurie+Fowler

Presentation Title: “Reading Revolution: New Texts and New Technologies”
Description: Our focus is on new texts and new technologies that educators can use to support readers. The tools of Web 2.0 offer teachers new ways to help students become better readers. We will focus on three main tools to allow our students to develop 21st century reading skills. First, we use blogs as tools for literature response. Next, we will use wikis to create online word walls to teach students new vocabulary. Finally, we will use podcasts to respond to literature through book reviews and author studies.

Wiki Based Presentation
http://readingrevolutionk12online.wikispaces.com/

Supporting Links
http://wikifiedwordwalls.wikispaces.com/
http://www.gcast.com/u/lauriefowler/k12online08elf

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“Reading Revolution: New Texts and New Technologies””

  1. [...] 23, 2008 at 7:42 pm · Filed under Resources, Web 2.0, Wikis and tagged: Reading This K-12 Online Presentation by Darren Kuropatwa¬†takes you to the next level of resources for [...]

  2. [...] fifth grade reading, I was interested in attending Dr. Laurie Fowler’s conference entitled “Reading Revolution: New Texts and New Technologies” so that I could continue to gather ideas about ways to improve the way I teach reading in the 21st [...]

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