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3 Cool Tools for Literacy in the Primary Classroom (K-2)
October 22, 2019 ♦ 7:00pm - 8:30pm ET
Moderators: Gretchen Sting, Kevin Bower and Stephanie Bass
Session Description: Using multiple senses is a particularly effective strategy for teaching early literacy. Help your students achieve success in literacy activities that use engaging, free technology. Learn to provide multiple ways for your early learners to gain knowledge and literacy skills. Pairing these effective tools with literacy instruction will spice up your primary classroom. This session is appropriate for teachers at all technology levels.
As a result of this session teachers will:
- Explore three free educational tools to support literacy instruction in the primary grades;
- Learn to use tech tools to support the language arts instructional cycle; and
- Plan an authentic learning literacy activity that uses a digital tool.
Applicable ISTE Standards for Educators (2017)*: 1A; 1B; 2C; 5B; 6D
* The text of these standards is copyrighted. Please read the full text at the ISTE Standards page.
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- has been retired
- is no longer free
- has been updated such that the session demonstrations no longer match the current interface
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- there were significant webinar technical difficulties
- we may have refreshed the session and a newer version is available
Certificates: The certificates for this session were emailed 11/7/19 at 11:34 AM to registrants that actively participated in all required tasks throughout the session and completed the session evaluation survey within 1 week.