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Digital tools for use in instruction

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The 101 Hottest EdTech Tools According to Education Experts. Tutorful

 

Steve Brock: Non-linguistic approaches to teaching literature

 

NextVista: Videos on teaching literature 

 

The Ultimate Guide to Online Resources for Educators: 20 Free Apps for Online Teaching

 

Social Media Has Not Destroyed A Generation. Scientific American 

 

10 Google Classroom Tips for Remote Learning. Shake Up Learning

 

Schools Must Include Digital Literacy in their Syllabi to Tackle the Menace of Fake News 

 

LaFlen, A. (2014). Composing the self online: Prezi literacy narratives. Computers and Composition

 

A Rationale for Writing and Teaching about BlogsNCTE

 

Videos: 21st Century Literacies Lecture Series

 

News Literacy Project

 

These Students Are Learning About Fake News and How to Spot It: Application of The News Literacy Project. The New York Times

 

How to Harness the Power of Podcasts. District Administration

 

New Toolkit Shares Best Practices for Achieving Success in Youth-Centered Digital Learning. Educator Innovator

 

Why Has Language Changed So Much So Fast? "Because Internet." The New York Times

 

The importance of critical media literacy. UCLA

 

Children's Social Media Use Has "Trivial" Effect on Happiness: Study. The Guardian

 

This Friendship Has Been Digitized. The New York Times

 

Role of Video Games in Fostering Relationships.docx

 

Teenagers Say Depression and Anxiety Are Major Issues Among Their Peers. The New York Times

 

Data Show No Evidence That Teens’ Social Media Use Predicts Depression Over Time. Association for Psychological Science

 

Integration Doc: Flipgrid in High School Language Arts (Ages 14-18)

 

Ten Tools for Teaching With YouTube Videos

 

In Search of Lost Screen Time: Advantages of giving up time on phones. The New York Times

 

Mind Over Media: Analyzing Contemporary Propaganda

 

Kapwing: Create videos

 

All Sides: Critical Media Analysis toolkit

 

Educational Use of Twitter in Teaching, Learning, and Socializing

 

Children and Screens: Research findings on the influence of screen time on students


Video series: How New Media is Transforming Storytelling
 

 

The iGen Shift: Colleges Are Changing to Reach the Next Generation. The New York Times

 

Social Media, Social Life: Teens Reveal Their Online Experiences. Common Sense Media

 

The Big Myth About Teenage Anxiety. The New York Times

 

Twitter: The High School We Can’t Log Off From. The New York Times

 

Logged Off: Meet the Teens Who Refuse to Use Social Media. The Guardian

 

Biased News Media or Biased Readers? An Experiment on Trust. The New York Times

 

Making Curriculum Pop: Critical media literacy resources

 

Richard Beach: Languaging and Gender Relations as Portrayed in Battle of the Sexes

 

online discussion boards.pdf

 

online learning meeting the needs of diverse students.pdf

 

Six Ways to Engage Online Learners

 

Framing Online Discussions

 

Digital Literacy Library: Lessons. Facebook

 

Top Ten Tech Tools for the 21st Century Learner

 

Wing Young Huie's photography of people's identities

 

Wing Young Huie: Images from the Chalk Talk project

 

Why Teachers and Students Should Blog

 

Infographic: The Digital Diet of American Teens  

 

Howard Gardner: Reframing Ethics in a Digital World, Digital Media Learning

 

Hadley, E. (2012). Andrew Motion: Authoring the self. Book 2.0, 1

 

Audio Listening Practices: Exploring Personal Experiences with Audio Texts. ReadWriteThink

 

Richard Byrne,  The Super Book of Web Tools for Educators

 

Hughes, J., & Robertson, L. (2010). Transforming practice: Using digital video to engage students. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education10(1).

 

Belshaw, D. (2014). The essential elements of digital literacies. e-book.

 

Mozilla: Web Literacy Map: Acquiring online literacy skills

 

Creating Multimodal Texts 

 

Vicki Davis: 51 Tools You Can Use Now. Edutopia

 

Spotlight on 1-to-1 Computing. Education Week

 

Jen Carey: Why We Went Google Apps

 

Digital Reading Poses Learning Challenges for Students. Education Week

 

2014 Reinventing the Classroom conference: Recording of presentations

 

Sweetland Digital Rhetoric Collaborative Wiki 

 

Ten Tools That Inspire Problem Based Learning in Schools

 

Cassandra Scharber: The iPad Invasion, Minnesota English Journal

 

Shirley Terrell: 15+ Resources to Inspire Writing with Digital Prompts.  Teaching & Learning Advisor Blog

 

Tracy Purdy: Digital Writing with Apps on the Web

 

Purdue University: Web 2.0 Tools

 

Interactive Media Resources: List of digital tools

 

Ford, P. (2013).  As We May Type: Composition Tools: Fargo, Medium, Editorially, Marquee, and More.  MIT Technology Review.

 

Teaching English with Technology.  EdTech: Lots of resources

 

Jason Ohler: 20 BYOD Devices for the 21st Century School

 

EdTechTeacher: Using iPads and iPhones for learning: Lots of resources 

 

Graphite: Apps and website for grades 6 -12 reading and writing

 

Kharbach, M. (2012).  The best of teachers web tools for 2012.  Free download book

 

6 Time-Save Writing Apps for Students

 

Sam Patterson: Best Digital Tools for Writers Workshop, ISTE presentation

 

Sam Patterson: Best Digital Tools for Writers Workshop (notes)

 

Web resources for teaching writing

 

18 Apps that Support the Creative Process.  Edutopia

 

30 Ways to Use Chromebooks in the Classroom

 

Webinar: Discussion of Troy Hicks's Crafting Digital Writing.  NWP Digital Is

 

Graphite: Site for educators to rate digital learning tools

 

Chris Friend, Will MOOCs Work for Digital Writing, Hybrid Pedagogy

 

16 Digital Writing Tools

 

Textilus: iOS app for creating and editing documents

 

Challenging the Model of 1:1 with BYOD.  Edutopia

 

Writing To Learn in Digital Spaces, Langwitches Blog 

 

Allen Liu: Digital Toy Chest for the Humanities: Digital tools for analyzing and creating literary texts

 

Classroom 2.0 Book: Lots of teaching ideas for use of Web 2.0 tools 

 

CyberWise: Videos on the use of digital media tools

 

EdWeekly: Writing Re-Launched: Teaching with Digital Tools

 

Constructing Identity with an iPad.  K12 Online Conference presentation

 

Infographic: The Digital Diet of American Teens

 

Verso Learning: Fostering interactions between students 

 

Why I've Gone on a Texting Diet. The San Fransisco Chronicle

 

Less Smartphone Time Equals Happier Teenager, Study Suggests. The San Fransisco Chronicle

 

What Teen Sexting Reveals About Women and Sexual Coercion. Time Magazine

 

12 Steps for Creating a Digital Assignment or Hybrid Class

 

Rules for Social Media, Created by Kids. The New York Times

 

The Disappearing Pleasure of Speaking Face-To-Face. Minneapolis StarTribune

 

How People Approach Facts and Information. Pew Research Center

 

Two-Thirds (67%) of Americans Report That They Get At Least Some of Their News on Social Media. Pew Research Center

 

How to Help Kids Disrupt "Bro Culture." The New York Times

 

The Secret Social Media Life of Teens. The New York Times

 

Rules for Social Media, Created by Kids. The New York Times

 

I Used to Think Social Media Was a Force for Good. Now the Evidence Says I Was Wrong. The Guardian

 

Be Your Selves: How people vary their identities given different social media audiences. The Economist 1843

 

Lauren Peterson: Wanting Monogamy as 1,946 Men Await My Swipe. The New York Times

 

Teen Makes ‘Sit With Us’ App That Helps Students Find Lunch Buddies. Huffington Post

 

Interconnections: Understanding Systems Through Digital Design: Book series, National Writing Project

 

Do Now: KQED: Students share writing about current issues using Twitter and other social media tools

 

FlipGrid: Students create short video responses about a specific question

 

How Minnesota Students are Learning to Connect without Cellphones "Conversation stations" and Other Exercises. Minneapolis StarTribune

 

Rachel Arteaga: Introductory Digital Humanities Curriculum for the High School English Classroom. MLA Common

 

The Most Popular Social Network for Young People? Texting. The Atlantic  

 

Infographic: The Digital Diet of American Teens  

 

From Written to Digital: The New Literacy by Phillip Ventimiglia and George L. Pullman. E-Learning News

 

Beach, R. (2014, October 12). How affordances of digital tool use foster critical literacy. [Webinar]. In Global Conversations in Literacy Research Web Seminar Series

 

PBS: Frontline documentary: Growing Up Online

 

New Literacies Research Center, University of Connecticut

 

 

 

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