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Tech Tips for Your Next Read Aloud – Easy EdTech Podcast 027

August 20, 2019

In this episode we’ll discuss ideas for bringing your read alouds to life with technology in your classroom — in any subject area. You will hear tech-friendly tips to engage your reader’s attention, imagination and creativity as they interact with the text!

This week’s podcast is titled “Tech Tips for Your Next Read Aloud.“ Although we sometimes think of read alouds as something for the elementary crowd, read alouds can serve a purpose across grade levels and different subject areas. If you are looking for more reading resources, episode 11 “Creating Online Spaces for Book Clubs” and episode 7 “Read Aloud Videos and Teacher Guides,” might be worth checking out too.

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Tech-Friendly Read Alouds

So let’s make this EdTech easy…

  1. Review your upcoming reading goals for students
  2. Choose a strategy that can help address these goals
  3. Plan around logistics like the type of device and resources you’ll need
  4. After the lesson, reflect on the experience and anything you would change
In this episode I share strategies for finding and using read aloud videos in your classroom. You’ll hear how this multimedia resource can help students access high quality text, help you plan a lesson, and help families leverage the power of YouTube!

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Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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