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BEHAVIOR

Blood, E., Johnson, J. W., Ridenour, L., Simmons, K., & Crouch, S. (2011). Using an ipod

touch to teach social and self-management skills to an elementary student with

emotional/behavioral disorders. Education And Treatment Of Children, 34(3), 299-321.



doi:10.1353/etc.2011.0019
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY

Anderson-Inman, L. (2009). Supported etext: Literacy scaffolding for students with

disabilities. Journal Of Special Education Technology, 24(3), 1-8.

Anderson-Inman L, Horney M. Supported eText: Assistive Technology through Text

Transformations. Reading Research Quarterly [serial online]. January 1, 2007;42(1):153-160. doi:10.1598/RRQ.42.1.8

Baker, F.W. (2010). Media literacy: 21st century literacy skills. In H. Jacobs (Ed.), Curriculum



21: Essential education for a changing world (pp.133-152). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Blachowicz, C. Z., Bates, A., Berne, J., Bridgman, T., Chaney, J., & Perney, J. (2009).

Technology and at-risk young readers and their classrooms. Reading Psychology,

30(5), 387-411. doi:10.1080/02702710902733576
Burnett, C. (2009). Research into Literacy and Technology in Primary Classrooms: An

Exploration of Understandings Generated by Recent Studies. Journal Of Research In Reading, 32(1), 22-37. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9817.2008.01379.x


Cavanaugh, T. (2002). EBooks and Accommodations: Is This the Future of Print

Accommodation?. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 35(2-), 56-61.

Couse, L. J., & Chen, D. W. (2010). A tablet computer for young children? Exploring its

viability for early childhood education. Journal Of Research On Technology In



Education, 43(1), 75-98.
Ertem, I. (2010). The effect of electronic storybooks on struggling fourth-graders' reading

comprehension. Turkish Online Journal Of Educational Technology - TOJET, 9(4), 140-

155.

Felvegi, E., & Matthew, K. I. (2012). Ebooks and literacy in k-12 schools. Computers In The



Schools, 29(1-2), 40-52.
Franklin, T. (2011). Mobile learning: At the tipping point. Turkish Online Journal Of

Educational Technology - TOJET, 10(4), 261-275.

Kluth, P., & Danaher, S. (2010). From tutor scripts to talking sticks: 100 ways to differentiate



instruction in k-12 inclusive classrooms. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Company.
Korat, O. (2010). Reading electronic books as a support for vocabulary, story comprehension

and word reading in kindergarten and first grade. Computers & Education, 55(1), 24-

31. doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2009.11.014
Korat, O., & Shamir, A. A. (2007). Electronic books versus adult readers: Effects on children's

emergent literacy as a function of social class. Journal Of Computer Assisted Learning,



23(3), 248-259. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2006.00213.x
Larson, L. C. (2008). Electronic Reading Workshop: Beyond Books with New Literacies and

Instructional Technologies. Journal Of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 52(2), 121-131. doi:10.1598/JAAL.52.2.3

Larson, L. C. (2009). e-Reading and e-Responding: New Tools for the next Generation of

Readers. Journal Of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 53(3), 255-258.


doi:10.1598/JAAL.53.3.7
Lefever-Davis, S., & Pearman, C. (2005). Early readers and electronic texts: CD-ROM

storybook features that influence reading behaviors. Reading Teacher, 58(5), 446-454.


doi:10.1598/RT.58.5.4
MacArthur, C. A., Ferretti, R. P., Okolo, C. M., & Cavalier, A. R. (2001). Technology

applications for students with literacy problems: A critical review. Elementary School



Journal, 101(3), 273-301. doi:10.1086/499669
McKeown, S., & McGlashon, A. (2012). Brilliant ideas for using ICT in the inclusive

classroom. David Fulton/Nasen. Florence, KY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
Mills, K., & Levido, A. (2011). iPed: Pedagogy for digital text production. Reading Teacher,

65(1), 80-91.

O'Mara, J., & Laidlaw, L. (2011). Living in the iworld: Two literacy researchers reflect on the

changing texts and literacy practices of childhood. English Teaching: Practice And

Critique, 10(4), 149-159.
Patterson, N., & Pipkin, G. (2001). Guiding readers to new understandings through electronic

text. Voices From The Middle, 8(4), 64-66.


Petkov, M., & Rogers, G. E. (2011). Using gaming to motivate today's technology-dependent

students. Journal Of Stem Teacher Education, 48(1), 7-12.

Rhodes, J. A., & Milby, T. M. (2007). Teacher-created electronic books: Integrating

technology to support readers with disabilities. Reading Teacher, 61(3), 255-259.


doi:10.1598/RT.61.3.6
Schmitt, A. J., Hale, A. D., McCallum, E., & Mauck, B. (2011). Accommodating Remedial

Readers in the General Education Setting: Is Listening-while-Reading Sufficient to

Improve Factual and Inferential Comprehension?. Psychology In The Schools, 48(1), 37-45. doi:10.1002/pits.20540

Shamir, A., & Baruch, D. (2012). Educational e-books: A support for vocabulary and early

math for children at risk for learning disabilities. Educational Media International,

49(1), 33-47. doi:10.1080/09523987.2012.662623
Shamir, A., Korat, O., & Fellah, R. (2012). Promoting vocabulary, phonological awareness and

concept about print among children at risk for learning disability: Can e-books help?.



Reading And Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 25(1), 45-69. doi:10.1007/s11145-010-9247-x

Shamir, A., Korat, O., & Shlafer, I. (2011). The effect of activity with e-book on vocabulary

and story comprehension: A comparison between kindergarteners at risk of learning

disabilities and typically developing kindergarteners. European Journal Of Special



Needs Education, 26(3), 311-322. doi:10.1080/08856257.2011.593824
Smeets, D. H., & Bus, A. G. (2012). Interactive electronic storybooks for kindergartners to

promote vocabulary growth. Journal Of Experimental Child Psychology, 112(1), 36-55.


doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2011.12.003
Thoermer, A., & Williams, L. (2012). Using digital texts to promote fluent reading. Reading

Teacher, 65(7), 441-445. doi:10.1002/TRTR.01065
Thomas, E., & Sassi, K. (2011). An ethical dilemma: Talking about plagiarism and academic

integrity in the digital age. English Journal, 100(6), 47-53.

Wu, J., & Zhang, Y. (2010). Examining potentialities of handheld technology in students'

academic attainments. Educational Media International, 47(1), 57-67.


doi:10.1080/09523981003654977
Zucker, T. A., Moody, A. K., & McKenna, M. C. (2009). The Effects of Electronic Books on

Pre-Kindergarten-to-Grade 5 Students' Literacy and Language Outcomes: A Research

Synthesis. Journal Of Educational Computing Research, 40(1), 47-87.
doi:10.2190/EC.40.1.c

ENGAGEMENT

Couse, L. J., & Chen, D. W. (2010). A tablet computer for young children? Exploring its

viability for early childhood education. Journal Of Research On Technology In

Education, 43(1), 75-98.

Larson, L. C. (2010). Digital readers: The next chapter in e-book reading and response.



Reading Teacher, 64(1), 15-22. doi:10.1598/RT.64.1.2
E-READERS

Larson, L. C. (2010). Digital readers: The next chapter in e-book reading and response.



Reading Teacher, 64(1), 15-22. doi:10.1598/RT.64.1.2
Tees, T. (2010). Ereaders in academic libraries--A literature review. Australian Library

Journal, 59(4), 180-186.

IPAD

Attard, C., & Northcote, M. (2011). Mathematics on the move: Using mobile technologies to

support student learning (Part 1). Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 16(4),

29-31.
Banister, S. (2010). Integrating the ipod touch in k-12 education: Visions and vices.



Computers In The Schools, 27(2), 121-131. doi:10.1080/07380561003801590
Bennett, K. (2012). Less than a class set. Learning & Leading With Technology, 39(4), 22-25.

Blood, E., Johnson, J. W., Ridenour, L., Simmons, K., & Crouch, S. (2011). Using an iPod

touch to teach social and self-management skills to an elementary student with

emotional/behavioral disorders. Education And Treatment Of Children, 34(3), 299-321.



doi:10.1353/etc.2011.0019

Crompton, H., Goodhand, L., & Wells, S. (2011). The whole world in their hands. Learning &



Leading With Technology, 38(5), 16-19.

Demski, J. (2011). ELL to go. T.H.E. Journal, 38(5), 28-32.

Gawelek, M., Spataro, M., & Komarny, P. (2011). Mobile perspectives: On iPads--Why

mobile? EDUCAUSE Review, 46(2), 28-30.

Kagohara, D. M., Sigafoos, J., Achmadi, D., O'Reilly, M., & Lancioni, G. (2012). Teaching

children with autism spectrum disorders to check the spelling of words. Research In



Autism Spectrum Disorders, 6(1), 304-310. doi:10.1016/j.rasd.2011.05.012
McClanahan, B., Williams, K., Kennedy, E., & tate, s. (2012). A breakthrough for josh: how

use of an iPad Facilitated Reading Improvement. Techtrends: Linking Research And



Practice To Improve Learning, 56(3), 20-28. doi:10.1007/s11528-012-0572-6
Murray, O. T., & Olcese, N. R. (2011). Teaching and learning with iPads, ready or not?

Techtrends: Linking Research And Practice To Improve Learning, 55(6), 42-48.
doi:10.1007/s11528-011-0540-6
Waters, J. K. (2010). Enter the iPad (or not?). T.H.E. Journal, 37(6), 38-40.

MOTIVATION

Petkov, M., & Rogers, G. E. (2011). Using gaming to motivate today's technology-dependent

students. Journal Of Stem Teacher Education, 48(1), 7-12.
READING

Anderson-Inman, L. (2009). Supported etext: Literacy scaffolding for students with

disabilities. Journal Of Special Education Technology, 24(3), 1-8.

Baker, F.W. (2010). Media literacy: 21st century literacy skills. In H. Jacobs (Ed.), Curriculum



21: Essential education for a changing world (pp.133-152). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Blachowicz, C. Z., Bates, A., Berne, J., Bridgman, T., Chaney, J., & Perney, J. (2009).

Technology and at-risk young readers and their classrooms. Reading Psychology,

30(5), 387-411. doi:10.1080/02702710902733576

Ertem, I. (2010). The effect of electronic storybooks on struggling fourth-graders' reading

comprehension. Turkish Online Journal Of Educational Technology - TOJET, 9(4), 140-

155.
Felvegi, E., & Matthew, K. I. (2012). Ebooks and literacy in k-12 schools. Computers In The



Schools, 29(1-2), 40-52.
Korat, O. (2010). Reading electronic books as a support for vocabulary, story comprehension

and word reading in kindergarten and first grade. Computers & Education, 55(1), 24-

31. doi:10.1016/j.compedu.2009.11.014

Korat, O., & Shamir, A. A. (2007). Electronic books versus adult readers: Effects on children's

emergent literacy as a function of social class. Journal Of Computer Assisted Learning,

23(3), 248-259. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2729.2006.00213.x

Larson, L. C. (2010). Digital readers: The next chapter in e-book reading and response.



Reading Teacher, 64(1), 15-22. doi:10.1598/RT.64.1.2

Lefever-Davis, S., & Pearman, C. (2005). Early readers and electronic texts: CD-ROM

storybook features that influence reading behaviors. Reading Teacher, 58(5), 446-454. doi:10.1598/RT.58.5.4

MacArthur, C. A., Ferretti, R. P., Okolo, C. M., & Cavalier, A. R. (2001). Technology

applications for students with literacy problems: A critical review. Elementary School

Journal, 101(3), 273-301. doi:10.1086/499669

McClanahan, B., Williams, K., Kennedy, E., & tate, s. (2012). a breakthrough for josh: how

use of an iPad Facilitated Reading Improvement. Techtrends: Linking Research And

Practice To Improve Learning, 56(3), 20-28. doi:10.1007/s11528-012-0572-6

Mills, K., & Levido, A. (2011). iPed: Pedagogy for digital text production. Reading Teacher,



65(1), 80-91.

Patterson, N., & Pipkin, G. (2001). Guiding readers to new understandings through electronic

text. Voices From The Middle, 8(4), 64-66.

Rhodes, J. A., & Milby, T. M. (2007). Teacher-created electronic books: Integrating

technology to support readers with disabilities. Reading Teacher, 61(3), 255-259. doi:10.1598/RT.61.3.6

Shamir, A., & Baruch, D. (2012). Educational e-books: A support for vocabulary and early

math for children at risk for learning disabilities. Educational Media International,

49(1), 33-47. doi:10.1080/09523987.2012.662623

Shamir, A., Korat, O., & Fellah, R. (2012). Promoting vocabulary, phonological awareness and

concept about print among children at risk for learning disability: Can e-books help?.

Reading And Writing: An Interdisciplinary Journal, 25(1), 45-69. doi:10.1007/s11145-010-9247-x

Shamir, A., Korat, O., & Shlafer, I. (2011). The effect of activity with e-book on vocabulary

and story comprehension: A comparison between kindergarteners at risk of learning

disabilities and typically developing kindergarteners. European Journal Of Special



Needs Education, 26(3), 311-322. doi:10.1080/08856257.2011.593824

Smeets, D. H., & Bus, A. G. (2012). Interactive electronic storybooks for kindergartners to

promote vocabulary growth. Journal Of Experimental Child Psychology, 112(1), 36-55.

doi:10.1016/j.jecp.2011.12.003

Thoermer, A., & Williams, L. (2012). Using digital texts to promote fluent reading. Reading



Teacher, 65(7), 441-445. doi:10.1002/TRTR.01065

SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENTS AND CLASSROOMS

Anderson-Inman, L.(2009). Supported etext: Literacy scaffolding for students with

disabilities. Journal Of Special Education Technology, 24(3), 1-8.

Ertem, I. (2010). The effect of electronic storybooks on struggling fourth-graders' reading

comprehension. Turkish Online Journal Of Educational Technology - TOJET, 9(4), 140-

155.


Kagohara, D. M., Sigafoos, J., Achmadi, D., O'Reilly, M., & Lancioni, G. (2012). Teaching

children with autism spectrum disorders to check the spelling of words. Research In



Autism Spectrum Disorders, 6(1), 304-310. doi:10.1016/j.rasd.2011.05.012

Kluth, P., & Danaher, S. (2010). From tutor scripts to talking sticks: 100 ways to differentiate



instruction in k-12 inclusive classrooms. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Company.

MacArthur, C. A., Ferretti, R. P., Okolo, C. M., & Cavalier, A. R. (2001). Technology

applications for students with literacy problems: A critical review. Elementary School

Journal, 101(3), 273-301. doi:10.1086/499669

McClanahan, B., Williams, K., Kennedy, E., & tate, s. (2012). a breakthrough for josh: how

use of an iPad Facilitated Reading Improvement. Techtrends: Linking Research And

Practice To Improve Learning, 56(3), 20-28. doi:10.1007/s11528-012-0572-6

McKeown, S., & McGlashon, A. (2012). Brilliant ideas for using ICT in the inclusive



classroom. David Fulton/Nasen. Florence, KY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Rhodes, J. A., & Milby, T. M. (2007). Teacher-created electronic books: Integrating

technology to support readers with disabilities. Reading Teacher, 61(3), 255-259. doi:10.1598/RT.61.3.6

Shamir, A., Korat, O., & Shlafer, I. (2011). The effect of activity with e-book on vocabulary

and story comprehension: A comparison between kindergarteners at risk of learning

disabilities and typically developing kindergarteners. European Journal Of Special



Needs Education, 26(3), 311-322. doi:10.1080/08856257.2011.593824
TEACHING AND LEARNING

Attard, C., & Northcote, M. (2011). Mathematics on the move: Using mobile technologies to

support student learning (Part 1). Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 16(4),

29-31.


Baker, F.W. (2010). Media literacy: 21st century literacy skills. In H. Jacobs (Ed.), Curriculum

21: Essential education for a changing world (pp.133-152). Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Banister, S. (2010). Integrating the ipod touch in k-12 education: Visions and vices.



Computers In The Schools, 27(2), 121-131. doi:10.1080/07380561003801590

Bennett, K. (2012). Less than a class set. Learning & Leading With Technology, 39(4), 22-25.

Couse, L. J., & Chen, D. W. (2010). A tablet computer for young children? Exploring its

viability for early childhood education. Journal Of Research On Technology In



Education, 43(1), 75-98.

Crompton, H., Goodhand, L., & Wells, S. (2011). The whole world in their hands. Learning &



Leading With Technology, 38(5), 16-19.

Demski, J. (2011). ELL to go. T.H.E. Journal, 38(5), 28-32.

Felvegi, E., & Matthew, K. I. (2012). Ebooks and literacy in k-12 schools. Computers In The

Schools, 29(1-2), 40-52.

Franklin, T. (2011). Mobile learning: At the tipping point. Turkish Online Journal Of



Educational Technology - TOJET, 10(4), 261-275.

Gawelek, M., Spataro, M., & Komarny, P. (2011). Mobile perspectives: On iPads--Why

mobile?. EDUCAUSE Review, 46(2), 28-30.

Kagohara, D. M., Sigafoos, J., Achmadi, D., O'Reilly, M., & Lancioni, G. (2012). Teaching

children with autism spectrum disorders to check the spelling of words. Research In

Autism Spectrum Disorders, 6(1), 304-310. doi:10.1016/j.rasd.2011.05.012

Kluth, P., & Danaher, S. (2010). From tutor scripts to talking sticks: 100 ways to differentiate



instruction in k-12 inclusive classrooms. Baltimore, MD: Brookes Publishing Company.

McKeown, S., & McGlashon, A. (2012). Brilliant ideas for using ICT in the inclusive



classroom. David Fulton/Nasen. Florence, KY: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

O'Mara, J., & Laidlaw, L. (2011). Living in the iworld: Two literacy researchers reflect on the

changing texts and literacy practices of childhood. English Teaching: Practice And

Critique, 10(4), 149-159.

Petkov, M., & Rogers, G. E. (2011). Using gaming to motivate today's technology-dependent

students. Journal Of Stem Teacher Education, 48(1), 7-12.

Shamir, A., & Baruch, D. (2012). Educational e-books: A support for vocabulary and early

math for children at risk for learning disabilities. Educational Media International,

49(1), 33-47. doi:10.1080/09523987.2012.662623

Thomas, E., & Sassi, K. (2011). An ethical dilemma: Talking about plagiarism and academic

integrity in the digital age. English Journal, 100(6), 47-53.

Wu, J., & Zhang, Y. (2010). Examining potentialities of handheld technology in students'



academic attainments. Educational Media International, 47(1), 57-67. doi:10.1080/09523981003654977





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