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ISTE 2013

Using technology as an intervention tool for struggling elementary students. Presented at ISTE 2013 - San Antonio, TX

Maegan Slaten

on 25 June 2013

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Transcript of ISTE 2013

Using technology as an intervention tool can increase:
Academic achievement
Computer skills
Steps for Using Technology
as an Intervention Tool

Organize activities based on
student need areas, topics/skills, or level using visual bookmarking tools.
Implement the
intervention plan daily
and/or weekly. Check
students' progress and adjust
if needed.
Based on assessment
data, choose tools and
activities that address
target areas and
can be completed
Assess students to
determine target areas
Using Technology as an Intervention Tool for Struggling Elementary Students
Tried & True
Tips and Tricks
Maegan Slaten & Margaret Rice, The University of Alabama; Kay Emfinger, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Establish rules and procedures
for computer time and
introduce them to students.

& Background
Maegan E. Slaten
(205) 210 - 9637
Tried & True
and more!
Tools to organize & present
Tips & Tricks
To view this presentation, navigate to www.mslateniste13.webs.com

Time to explore:
Visit mslateniste13.webs.com and click on the "Links" tab
Choose appropriate tools.
Be patient
Appoint a computer helper
Change it up
Set rules and expectations
Studies have shown that technology is an effective learning tool
Teachers have very limited time to work with their struggling students.
Intervention programs often still do not meet the specific needs of students in the classroom.
The researchers completed a similar study with kindergarten classroom that yielded positive results.
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