In this episode, literacy expert Talia Kovacs shares strategies to support reluctant readers. You’ll hear tips for broadening our definition of reading, ways to use digital tools with students, and recommendations to share with families.
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- First, identify the main point or problem that you are noticing with that reluctant reader in your life.
- Next, review your definition of reading, and think of other things that might fall into that category.
- Then, provide ways for students to share that include video, audio or voice to text.
- Finally, mix it up for your reluctant readers to make the most of digital resources this year.
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- Talia Kovac’s website (for family resources for reluctant readers)
- Talia Kovac’s Instagram and Facebook
- Litlifepd.com (literacy resources for educators)
- Epic! (Online book collection)
- myON (Online book collection)
- Minecraft Education Comics
- wikiHow (How-to guides with step-by-step instructions)
- Superhero Comic Book Maker (iOs App)
- Wordwall (Interactive and Printable ELA resources)
- Flipgrid (Video discussion tool)
- Flipgrid Shorts (Video discussion tool)
- How To Share Spark Video with Flipgrid (Blog Post)
- Spark Post + Flipgrid Shorts = An Epic Combo (Blog Post)
- Seesaw (Student driven Digital Portfolios & ParentCommunication)
- Showcase Student Learning With Seesaw Updates (Blog Post)
- Tips for Creating Podcasts with Students with Michele Haiken (Podcast Episode)
- Storyline Online Youtube Channel
- Read Aloud Videos and Teacher Guides from Storyline Online (Blog Post)
- How to Use Flipgrid for Book Clubs (Blog Post)