M.A. Reading Education
Language, Literacy, and Sociocultural Education
College of Education
Language arts (Elementary); Educational technology
Elementary Education and Teaching
The purpose of this investigation was to investigate, track, and measure the effect of technology and new literacies on student engagement and the language arts block. Data was kept over a four-week period and tracked through student interviews, informal observations, and student work samples. Throughout the study, students showed growth in their ability to interact with technology and one another through the repeated use of technology and the use of new literacies. Data also showed increased student engagement through the independent work time of the literacy block.
Schlupp, Allison M., "The effect of new literacies and technology on student engagement and transforming the literacy block" (2016). Theses and Dissertations. 589.