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Multimedia can support student learning in a wide-range of content areas, from history and English to science and mathematics. Therefore, exposing students to a variety of multimedia formats will help them become more comfortable with it. Read this article to learn strategies to use in the classroom.

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Under the Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts (ELA) students are expected to read primary and secondary sources closely, analyze text, determine central ideas, and distinguish among fact, fiction, and reasoned judgments in text. All students, especially those with disabilities could benefit from explicit instruction in strategies for...

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Lessons in online safety and appropriate behavior are critical as students spend more time online where much of the inappropriate behavior, language, and material they encounter are beyond the immediate view of parents, teachers, and guardians. Therefore, students must be prepared for safe interactions, especially students with disabilities that may...

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Text messaging is a mainstream mode of communication for many students. Although research is ongoing, many educators have found benefits to incorporating it into classroom instruction by using it help build foundational reading skills, such as word recognition and phonological awareness. Text speak can also be used to generate discussions...

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Writing online, through blogs, wikis, or discussion forums, can boost student motivation for writing and help students learn to adapt writing for different audiences, tasks, purposes, and disciplines. Differentiating between purpose and audiences are important skills students must learn in today's virtual world. This article shares different strategies for teachers...
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Abstract concepts are essential to understanding and doing mathematics. However, they are also a source of difficulty for students who struggle with math, many of whom find even basic math concepts hard to understand. A common approach to help students understand abstract concepts is the use of concrete materials, often...
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Once students have completed the prewriting and drafting phases of the writing process, they move on to reviewing and revising their work. This phase is important because students learn to review their writing for clarity, incorporate feedback, and improve their writing. This article shares technology enhanced teaching strategies for teachers...
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This article shares information on how technology tools can support struggling students and those with learning disabilities in acquiring background knowledge and vocabulary, improving their reading comprehension, and making connections between reading and writing.
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The ability to analyze words is a critical, foundational reading skill and is essential for vocabulary development. This article provides strategies for teachers to use when helping students build word analysis skills and includes a sample lesson.

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Visualizing is a necessary component to strengthening comprehension skills and is useful across subject areas. Proficient readers are able to identify key ideas by imaginig what the text is describing. This article shares technology-integrated strategies and a sample lesson for teachers to use in the classroom.

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