Dr. Kathy Roskos	

John Carroll University	

roskos@jcu.edu 	

	

Jeremy Brueck	

The University of Akron	

http://bruecke...
eBooks in the early childhood classroom
Potential of eBooks
Shared book routine
eBook design qualities
Research in its infancy
What does research say?
eBooks are engaging	

eBooks can teach
Attention-Grabbers
Attention-Splitters
Built-in tutors
The code
Bear is shy. 	

Where can you
see that?	

Vocabulary
Content
Teaching with eBooks
Shared Book Reading 3.0
Before: Previewing
Before: Introducing
During: Demonstrating
During: Handing Over
After: Re-reading
After: Extending
You Try: Practicing
You Try: Sharing
Implementing (Instruction with eBooks)
Keeping Up with Apps 	

 @iPad_Storytime	

http://digital-storytime.com/
Keeping Up with Apps 	

 @storyappchat	

http://storyappchat.wordpress.com/
Keeping Up with Apps 	

http://ebooks-in-early-literacy.blogspot.com/
Thank you!
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On The Road to Reading with Ebooks

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Ebooks are rapidly spreading into the early childhood classroom, inviting young children to interact with books in ways they have not done before. But what does this mean for learning to read in a digital age? This webinar takes a close look at the emerging role of ebooks in the teaching of early literacy. It explores the design quality of ebooks as children’s first readers; describes the potential of good ebooks for learning to read and reading in P-2 classrooms; and presents an ebook instructional routine that guides the use of ebooks in early literacy instruction. It also offers a peek (and poke) into the future of digital reading with ebooks.

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On The Road to Reading with Ebooks

  1. 1. Dr. Kathy Roskos John Carroll University roskos@jcu.edu Jeremy Brueck The University of Akron http://brueckei.org @brueckj23
  2. 2. eBooks in the early childhood classroom
  3. 3. Potential of eBooks
  4. 4. Shared book routine
  5. 5. eBook design qualities
  6. 6. Research in its infancy
  7. 7. What does research say?
  8. 8. eBooks are engaging eBooks can teach
  9. 9. Attention-Grabbers
  10. 10. Attention-Splitters
  11. 11. Built-in tutors
  12. 12. The code
  13. 13. Bear is shy. Where can you see that? Vocabulary
  14. 14. Content
  15. 15. Teaching with eBooks
  16. 16. Shared Book Reading 3.0
  17. 17. Before: Previewing
  18. 18. Before: Introducing
  19. 19. During: Demonstrating
  20. 20. During: Handing Over
  21. 21. After: Re-reading
  22. 22. After: Extending
  23. 23. You Try: Practicing
  24. 24. You Try: Sharing
  25. 25. Implementing (Instruction with eBooks)
  26. 26. Keeping Up with Apps @iPad_Storytime http://digital-storytime.com/
  27. 27. Keeping Up with Apps @storyappchat http://storyappchat.wordpress.com/
  28. 28. Keeping Up with Apps http://ebooks-in-early-literacy.blogspot.com/
  29. 29. Thank you!

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