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ANCOVA results indicated that after controlling for initial reading achievement, there was a main effect for condition on the researcher measure of vocabulary, with the combination group and vocabulary groups both significantly outperforming the strategy group. There was also an interaction effect, with differences between monolingual and bilingual Spanish-speaking students greatest in the strategy group.
There was no effect of condition on comprehension, nor was there an effect of language status on narrative comprehension. However, there was a main effect of language status on expository text comprehension and standardized vocabulary achievement, with monolingual students performing more strongly than bilingual Spanish-speaking students.
The results add to a growing body of research on the design and use of scaffolded digital text for diverse learners. Research confirms that young children engage in digital literacy practices in the home. While there is an emerging body of work that documents the diversity of these practices, there is little research that examines their acquisition in situ. The use of digital resources in early childhood settings in Australia is a recent phenomenon. In Education.
Au, a company funded by the various educational authorities in Australia, commissioned a study of the educational use of the Internet with children eight years and under. Data were collected through a literature review and discussions or interviews with all stakeholders in early childhood education: children, families, early childhood educators, school system representatives, academics, researchers, policy makers and advisers. This paper reports on the major outcome of the commissioned study: a pedagogical framework for the use of digital resources in early childhood settings.
The framework includes a rationale and a description of the key elements of effective practice: quality resources, effective learning environments and appropriate teacher interactions. Navigating the Internet has become an essential literacy task for today's middle school students. The World Wide Web is a uniquely rich resource for authentic inquiry, but students must learn to orchestrate sophisticated strategies to become literate in this complex environment Eagleton, This paper aims to discuss the role and impact that information technology IT has on the future and existing style of learning and teaching.
It highlights the importance of acquiring computer skills and being literate in IT. The focus is put on certain areas related to IT and education which include pedagogy and training to build IT literacy among both educators and learners. Particularly, it covers the current trends in IT development and how it has started to change and will further influence the way learning and teaching will take place in the future. This paper also discusses various theoretical frameworks and methodologies designed to cope with progress in IT. IT literacy, Computer literacy, Teaching and learning, Workforce development.
Perhaps it is worthwhile to state the obvious: Users can find more online information than ever before via innovative blogs; collaborative databases; archives of all shape, size, and objective; news and alternative magazines; corporate and nonprofit annual reports; for-profit and nonprofit encyclopedias; national, regional, and alternative newspapers some of which are experimenting with the purpose and scope of journalism ; public watchdog sites; social networking sites; directories; governmental and business reports; photographs; images; digitized film and video; streaming audio and radio podcasts; fully preserved Web pages from the early days of the Internet; entire books; maps; software services; catalogues; scholarly journals; laboratories; 3-D models; and animation.
In the age of convergence Quinn, , so much of our media is online, accessible at no cost beyond an Internet connection.
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The formats included Closed simulated Internet environment requiring constructed responses , Open actual, unrestricted Internet environment requiring constructed responses , and Multiple Choice. Results indicated that critical evaluation was more difficult for students than the three other online reading and research skill areas assessed i.
Additionally, among the four critical evaluation tasks assessed e. Finally, students performed better on critical evaluation tasks in the Multiple Choice format than they did in either of the two performance-based formats.
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Findings suggest that critical evaluation persists as one of the most difficult online comprehension and research skills for students, especially when measured in a performancebased format. Whether we use technology with young children--and if so, how-are critical issues facing early childhood educators and parents.
This Digest discusses questions about when children should start using computers; developmentally appropriate computer activities in preschool, kindergarten, and early primary classrooms; benefits of computer use; integration of computers into classrooms; and teacher training. This study had three main purposes.
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First, it sought to evaluate middle school students' online reading comprehension achievement, comparing performance between students from economically privileged districts to those in economically disadvantaged districts. Second, it sought to evaluate middle school teachers' online reading comprehension achievement, comparing performance between teachers from economically privileged districts to those in economically disadvantaged districts.
Third, it looked to extend the conceptualization of the digital divide to determine what factors best predict students' and teachers' online reading comprehension. By looking closely at these factors, we can begin to understand which might support and which might impede the development of online reading comprehension.
Department of Education [DOE], may have unintended consequences for those students who need our help the most, students in urban, economically disadvantaged schools. These instruments included items designed to measure Internet access, Internet use, and online reading comprehension. Interviews, focus groups, and artifacts provided richer explanations of issues related to the digital divide.
HLM results showed that elements of a primary level digital divide Internet access and a secondary level digital divide Internet use were good predictors of online reading comprehension. Results of content analyses showed that NCLB and lack of funding were two contextual factors that may impede the development of online reading comprehension. These results suggest that factors of primary and secondary levels of the digital divide may indeed create a third level digital, which is indicated by an online reading achievement gap between middle school students and teachers from economically privileged districts and those from economically disadvantaged districts.
Even though the concept of information literacy typically embraces an idea of a complete participation in an information community, its definitions have tended to underline the phases of seeking, searching and evaluation instead of creating information. Shortcomings of information creation can, however, explain many of the difficulties of finding information. This article develops the notion of information literacy with a specific focus on integrating creation and organization of information as central aspects of being information literate and discusses the implications of developing information creation processes from the point of view of information professionals and users.
Finally, suggestions are made for how information creation might be improved in practice. In today's high-stakes testing environment, integrating technology into the curriculum is often seen as something ''extra'' or for use with a few special projects. With the growth in Internet use by even the youngest children, educators urgently need a practical introduction to online literacy and reading comprehension. Reading, Writing, and Literacy 2.
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All this without endless hours of searching! Denise Johnson's book connects to the Common Core State Standards and is organized around the Technological Literacy Assessment of the National Assessment of Education Progress NAEP , which focuses on three areas that characterize a technologically literate person: knowledge, capabilities, and critical thinking and decision making. This resource provides everything reading teachers need to begin using technology to deepen and enrich literacy learning for all students.
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In addition, the author maintains a companion blog to update and add helpful teaching links. With the advent of digital technologies, awareness of media is acquiring crucial importance. Media literacy, information literacy and digital literacy are the three most prevailing concepts that focus on a critical approach towards media messages.
This article gives an overview of the nature of these literacies, which show both similarities to and differences from each other. The various contexts of their functioning are outlined and additional literacies are mentioned. Especial attention is given to the question of the blurring line between media consumers and producers. This paper highlights the digital challenges within education in Norway and explains how the digital revolution creates new possibilities, dilemmas and challenges for school and teacher education in our contemporary society.
Today we find a consensus among policy-makers, researchers, teacher educators and school management that digital literacy and ICT implementation must be given high priority and needs to be explored more deeply in our contemporary educational institutions. Despite this consensus, previous ICT efforts have revealed that implementation of ICT in the Norwegian context has been more strongly anchored rhetorically, than in practice. Consequently, the paper focuses on whether we now have learned from the past and are entering a time of upheaval within technology implementation and asks what kind of possibilities, challenges and dilemmas teacher educators and teachers face in this new pedagogical terrain.
ICT-initiated school development in lower secondary school, University of Bergen, Bergen, , other relevant research studies, policy documents and theoretical foundations. The use of the Web in K—12 education has increased substantially in recent years. The Web, however, does not support the learning processes of students as a matter of course.
They discuss empirical research focusing on the limitations of the actual search strategies of children, as well as theoretical literature that analyzes specific characteristics of the Web and their implications for the organization of education. Comment permettre aux futurs citoyens de prendre conscience que le Web 2. Adding graphics to the news heightened the extent to which they engaged in news elaboration, albeit only among those with higher issue involvement. However, in-text hyperlinks hindered information recall among those with less prior knowledge, creating an information acquisition gap between more and less resourceful individuals.
The graphical representation of news appeared to have heuristic appeals to those less involved in and less knowledgeable about the news topic, leading to more favorable news evaluation. Infographics, interactivity, modality, news acquisition, news elaboration, news evaluation.
The Internet has rapidly become the defining medium for information, communication, and reading comprehension in the twenty-first century Friedman, ; Partnership for 21st Century Skills, ; ; The New Literacies Research Team, The emergence of new online reading comprehension skills has profound consequences for instruction as reading has moved from page to screen. These new literacies have redefined many aspects of traditional comprehension instruction.
In this chapter, we will explore onli e reading comprehension, instruction, and assessment. Today, the nature of literacy has become deictic. This simple idea carries impor-tant implications for literacy theory, research, and instruction that our field mustbegin to address. The meaning of literacy has also becomedeictic because we live in an age of rapidly changing information and commu-nication technologies, each of which requires new literacies Leu, , Thus, when we speak ofnew literacies we mean that literacy is not just new today; it becomes new everyday of our lives.
Networked digital media present new challenges for people to locate information that they can trust. At the same time, societal reliance on information that is available solely or primarily via the Internet is increasing. This article discusses how and why digitally networked communication environments alter traditional notions of trust, and presents research that examines how information consumers make judgments about the credibility and accuracy of information they encounter online.
Based on this research, the article focuses on the use of cognitive heuristics in credibility evaluation. Findings from recent studies are used to illustrate the types of cognitive heuristics that information consumers employ when determining what sources and information to trust online. The article concludes with an agenda for future research that is needed to better understand the role and influence of cognitive heuristics in credibility evaluation in computer-mediated communication contexts.
The rise of the internet as the greatest source of information for people living in the UK today poses an acute challenge to the information literacy IL community. The amount and type of material available a mouse click away is both liberating and asphyxiating.
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There are more e-books, trustworthy journalism, niche expertise and accurate facts at our fingertips than ever before, but also mistakes, half-truths, propaganda and misinformation. This article presents research on how well young people are being equipped to meet the challenge of sorting good information from bad. It reviews current literature on the subject, and presents a new poll of over teachers. They are unable to find the information they are looking for, or they trust the first thing they see.
This makes them vulnerable to the pitfalls of ignorance, falsehoods, cons and scams. It should be noted that both authors recognise the importance of non-teaching information literacy professionals in these debates. Keywords information literacy; digital literacy; secondary education, primary education; children; teaching. The purpose of this position statement is to promote excellence in early childhood education by providing a framework for best practice. Since its first adoption in , this framework has been known as developmentally appropriate practice.
Does the position need modification in light of a changed context? Is there new knowledge to inform the statement? Are there aspects of the existing statement that have given rise to misunderstandings and misconceptions that need correcting? Over the several years spent in developing this revision, NAEYC invited the comment of early childhood educators with experience and expertise from infancy to the primary grades, including Developmentally Appropriate Practice in Early Childhood Programs Serving Children from Birth through Age 8 Note: Throughout this statement, the terms teacher, practitioner, and educator are variously used to refer to those working in the early childhood field.
The word teacher is always intended to refer to any adult responsible for the direct care and education of a group of children in any early childhood setting. Educators is intended to also include college and university faculty and other teacher trainers. Adopted Position Statement a late convening of respected leaders in the field.
The result of this broad gathering of views is this updated position statement, which addresses the current context and the relevant knowledge base for developmentally appropriate practice and seeks to convey the nature of such practice clearly and usefully. One of the most vexing problems facing middle and secondary school teachers today is that many students come into their classrooms without the requisite knowledge, skills, or disposition to read and comprehend the materials placed before them.
In an effort to inform the U. Dans cet article nous examinons les processus cognitifs qui permettent la recherche d'informations dans les hypertextes. The Burning Question - How do we teach students to develop the advanced literacies skills that will allow them to thrive in a complex, and ever-changing landscape of literacy? This study explored the motivational aspects of information literacy skills instruction delivered by librarians in community college libraries.
Librarians and students at seven community colleges were interviewed and observed. The range of strategies, rather than the number of strategies, appeared to positively affect student motivation. Ni toutes les facs. Ni quoi que ce soit. Et vous savez quoi? Ca change des discours habituels. Les regroupements sont par contre malheureusement peu lisibles. On a rien sans rien. Ben si. Et cela se travaille.
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Mais cela ne vaut pas la fac. De quel monde universitaire parlez vous? Et puis, non. Comparez avec les objectifs, aussi…. Elles le font. Pourraient-elles le faire plus? Ca personne ne le nie.