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A Planning Cycle for Integrating Digital Technology into Literacy Instruction
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Reading Teacher Volume 67, Number 6, ISSN 0034-0561

Abstract

With the adoption of the Common Core State Standards by most states, the use of digital tools in literacy and language arts instruction has become of critical importance to educators. These changes produce a need for a better understanding of how literacy and language arts teachers can successfully integrate digital tools into their instruction and the types of knowledge they employ as they do so. Thus, the purpose of this article is to present the Technology Integration Planning Cycle for Literacy and Language Arts to support teachers with integrating digital technology into literacy instruction. This instructional planning cycle identifies seven critical elements that influence literacy teachers' instructional planning involving digital technology and the success or failure of the resulting classroom instruction. A classroom example is provided to illustrate the instructional planning process.

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Hutchison, A. & Woodward, L. (2014). A Planning Cycle for Integrating Digital Technology into Literacy Instruction. Reading Teacher, 67(6), 455-464. Retrieved April 23, 2019 from .

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