How are online reading comprehension practices integrated into classroom instructional routines? In this session, Julie explains how curriculum-based information challenges and performance-based online reading comprehension measures can be used to capture the skills and practices of more and less skilled online readers. Then, she reviews practical examples of how to support elementary and secondary students as developing online readers using a model of Internet Reciprocal Teaching. She also shares research-based ideas for how to move readers through three phases of online inquiry while fostering higher-level thinking, critical evaluation, productive dialogue, and skillful argumentation practices across all grade levels.
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