Online Resources www.ikinder.org www.pinterest.com www.voki.com (create animated characters that you can make speak) spark.adobe.com/home/ (30 second audio slides/plays like a movie) edpuzzle.com (upload videos/ shorten and add videos) Google Classroom (Organize and deliver assignments or links to commonly used websites: Tumblebooks) Google Forms/Surveys- (Great way to assess and gather data quickly in a spreadsheet and graphics) Tumblebooks- Digital story telling (free through most city libraries )
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Academic Papers Bennett, J. G. , Gardner, Ralph, I., II, Ramnath, R., & Council, Morris R., I., II. (2017). Second-grade urban learners: Preliminary findings for a computer-assisted, culturally relevant, repeated reading intervention. Education & Treatment of Children, 40(2), 145-185. Sparks, R. L., Patton, J., & Murdoch, A. (2014). Early reading success and its relationship to reading achievement and reading volume: Replication of '10 years later'. Reading and Writing, 27(1), 189-211.
Ihsan, S. E. (2010). The effect of electronic storybooks on struggling fourth- graders' reading comprehension. TOJET : The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology, 9(4)