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iPad Applications for Supporting Struggling Readers

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Do you have students who are struggling with reading - and therefore struggling to learn? In this webinar, Jenna Linskens will share effective uses, applications, and creative ways to use the iPad in the classroom to support struggling readers and writers in the primary and intermediate grades. She will show how to use the applications with students to improve student performance and understanding of concepts through creation, not just consumption.

If you have an iPad, you are encouraged to have it ready so you can download and try out suggested applications; however you are not required to have an iPad.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Language Arts
Last aired on: Thursday, May 19, 2016 @ 4:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Differentiated Learning, iPads, Reading & Writing, Response to Intervention (RTI)
Tags: Differentiated Learning, iPads, Mobile Learning or Mobile Devices, reading intervention, Response to Intervention (RTI), RTI, struggling readers

Reviews (48)

Full Member
This is useful. Thanks!
Full Member
Very good, thank you.
Limited Access Member
Very informative! Thank you!
Full Member
This was very informational and will be using some of these apps in the near future.
Full Member
I love new ideas. Learning A-Z with RAZ-kids is great!
Basic Member
"Storia" is a great tool for storage of books and note taking. Highlights and audio as a combination is a great idea for struggling students.
Full Member
Very informative!
Full Member

very informative. It will be very helpful if teacher can use all of this with the student. It will be more practical to have a kind of hands-on while presenting.
Full Member
Great information!
Full Member
Thank you!
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