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Tap, Click, Read : Growing Readers in a World of Screens

By: Guernsey, Lisa.
Contributor(s): Levine, Michael H.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Newark : Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource (305 p.).ISBN: 9781119091752.Subject(s): Computers and literacy | Education | Literacy -- Study and teaching (Elementary)Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Tap, Click, Read : Growing Readers in a World of ScreensDDC classification: 372.60285 LOC classification: LC149.5 .G84 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Part 1 Imagining the Class of 2030 -- Chapter 1 The Quiet Crisis -- The Sorry State of Reading Today -- What's Holding Us Back -- Chapter 2 What to Make of Media? -- Early Learning and Screen Media: Content and Context Matters -- How Young Is Too Young? -- Tapping into Diversity: An American Opportunity -- Marrying Reading and Media -- Envisioning Readialand -- Chapter 3 How Reading Happens -- Learning to Read: Knowledge + Skills -- Language and Cultural Assets Are Not Literacy Deficits
Chapter 4 From Literacy to Literacies -- The New Literacies -- Teaching New Literacies to Young Children: A Work in Progress -- Scouts for New Literacies in Early Education -- Chapter 5 Paving a Path to Readialand -- Lessons from Sesame Street -- Part 2 Surveying the New Literacy Landscape -- Chapter 6 The Apps Explosion: What's in the Store? -- Finding the ""Good Stuff"" -- Pioneering Literacy in the Digital Wild West -- Where Are the Experts? -- Missing Opportunities: Apps and the Knowledge Gap -- Teaching Strategies in Today's Literacy Apps -- Culling the Developers -- Facing the New Frontier
Curators: Scouts for Digital Gold -- Chapter 7 E-books: When Print Comes Alive -- What to Watch For in Children's E-books -- Highlighting Print on Screen -- Who (or What) Is Doing the Scaffolding? -- Scaling Up: Just the Beginning -- Learning Together: E-books Plus -- Chapter 8 From Talking Toys to Watson: Dreaming Up Tech for Tomorrow's Readers -- An Evolutionary Shift? -- Next Gen Literacy Tools -- Part 3 The Pioneers -- Chapter 9 Why Adults Still Matter Most -- Global Experiments, Sans Educators -- Tapping Into America's Pioneers
Chapter 10 A Different Kind of Screen Time -- Promoting Dialogic Reading -- Using Video to Help Parents Rethink the ""Always On"" TV -- Modeling with Ready Rosie -- Learning Together: Verbal Interactions Prompted by the Screen -- Chapter 11 Nudged toward Conversational Duets -- Digital Taps and Behavioral Nudges -- Texting for Modern-Day Parents -- Encouragement via Broadcast TV: Univision and Too Small to Fail -- A FitBit for Words and Conversations
Chapter 12 Science, Social Studies, and More: The Knowledge Readers Need -- Joint Media Engagement and Knowledge Building -- Making Meaning in Maine -- Tools for Building Knowledge -- Chapter 13 An Expanding Universe of Reading Partners -- Unusual Tutors at H. D. Cooke Elementary -- Media Mentors -- Chapter 14 Developing Focused Attention and Motivation -- Executive Functioning: The Hot New Science of Early Learning -- Learning from Harry -- Getting Over the Slump -- Chapter 15 Paper and Print? Yes. -- Making Literacy Visible Everywhere You Look -- The Story of First Book
Mixing Media, Including Print on Paper
Summary: With young children gaining access to a dizzying array of games, videos and other digital media, will they ever learn to read? The answer is yes - if we ensure that the media at children's fingertips is harnessed to promote the skills and knowledge that enable reading, instead of undermining them. Tap, Click, Read helps educators and parents become more successful at supporting young children's early literacy skills in the ""digital wild west."" With compelling text, videos, and interactive graphics, the book answers such questions as: In what ways could new technologies prom
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Part 1 Imagining the Class of 2030 -- Chapter 1 The Quiet Crisis -- The Sorry State of Reading Today -- What's Holding Us Back -- Chapter 2 What to Make of Media? -- Early Learning and Screen Media: Content and Context Matters -- How Young Is Too Young? -- Tapping into Diversity: An American Opportunity -- Marrying Reading and Media -- Envisioning Readialand -- Chapter 3 How Reading Happens -- Learning to Read: Knowledge + Skills -- Language and Cultural Assets Are Not Literacy Deficits

Chapter 4 From Literacy to Literacies -- The New Literacies -- Teaching New Literacies to Young Children: A Work in Progress -- Scouts for New Literacies in Early Education -- Chapter 5 Paving a Path to Readialand -- Lessons from Sesame Street -- Part 2 Surveying the New Literacy Landscape -- Chapter 6 The Apps Explosion: What's in the Store? -- Finding the ""Good Stuff"" -- Pioneering Literacy in the Digital Wild West -- Where Are the Experts? -- Missing Opportunities: Apps and the Knowledge Gap -- Teaching Strategies in Today's Literacy Apps -- Culling the Developers -- Facing the New Frontier

Curators: Scouts for Digital Gold -- Chapter 7 E-books: When Print Comes Alive -- What to Watch For in Children's E-books -- Highlighting Print on Screen -- Who (or What) Is Doing the Scaffolding? -- Scaling Up: Just the Beginning -- Learning Together: E-books Plus -- Chapter 8 From Talking Toys to Watson: Dreaming Up Tech for Tomorrow's Readers -- An Evolutionary Shift? -- Next Gen Literacy Tools -- Part 3 The Pioneers -- Chapter 9 Why Adults Still Matter Most -- Global Experiments, Sans Educators -- Tapping Into America's Pioneers

Chapter 10 A Different Kind of Screen Time -- Promoting Dialogic Reading -- Using Video to Help Parents Rethink the ""Always On"" TV -- Modeling with Ready Rosie -- Learning Together: Verbal Interactions Prompted by the Screen -- Chapter 11 Nudged toward Conversational Duets -- Digital Taps and Behavioral Nudges -- Texting for Modern-Day Parents -- Encouragement via Broadcast TV: Univision and Too Small to Fail -- A FitBit for Words and Conversations

Chapter 12 Science, Social Studies, and More: The Knowledge Readers Need -- Joint Media Engagement and Knowledge Building -- Making Meaning in Maine -- Tools for Building Knowledge -- Chapter 13 An Expanding Universe of Reading Partners -- Unusual Tutors at H. D. Cooke Elementary -- Media Mentors -- Chapter 14 Developing Focused Attention and Motivation -- Executive Functioning: The Hot New Science of Early Learning -- Learning from Harry -- Getting Over the Slump -- Chapter 15 Paper and Print? Yes. -- Making Literacy Visible Everywhere You Look -- The Story of First Book

Mixing Media, Including Print on Paper

With young children gaining access to a dizzying array of games, videos and other digital media, will they ever learn to read? The answer is yes - if we ensure that the media at children's fingertips is harnessed to promote the skills and knowledge that enable reading, instead of undermining them. Tap, Click, Read helps educators and parents become more successful at supporting young children's early literacy skills in the ""digital wild west."" With compelling text, videos, and interactive graphics, the book answers such questions as: In what ways could new technologies prom

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<p> LISA GUERNSEY is a journalist and director of the Early Education Initiative and the Learning Technologies Project at New America.</p> <p> MICHAEL H. LEVINE, P H D, is a child development and policy expert and founding director of the Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop.</p>

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