3 Tips to Teach Reading With Technology

Most avid readers will agree: no technology could replace the feeling of a book in your hands, immersed in its pages, flipping furiously from one chapter to the next. But that doesn’t mean technology doesn’t have a place in the world of reading.

Quite the contrary, introducing new tools in your classroom can get students excited to read more and provide you with greater access to student data—which you can use to further enhance your teaching.

However, these tools won’t teach your students for you. To make them effective, you need to maintain a learning-first attitude: “When you’re focused on ‘Learning First’ and not ‘Technology First,’ the technology is secondary to your good instruction,” said Lauren Steinmann, a Digital Learning Coach and 11-year teacher.

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