When educators use edtech tools properly, literacy achievement and student engagement can reap the benefits and demonstrate improvement.

How we can improve literacy through student engagement


When educators use edtech tools properly, student achievement and engagement can reap the benefits

Innovations in Education
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Improving literacy through engagement
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Each year, we share our 10 most-read stories. Not surprisingly, many of this year’s Top 10 focused on equity, edtech innovation, immersive learning, and the science of reading. This year’s 2nd most-read story focuses on literacy and student engagement.

In this episode of Innovations in Education, Madeleine Mortimore, Global Education Innovation and Research Lead for Logitech details how classroom technologies, if used properly, can increase student engagement and ultimately test scores.

Related:
4 simple ways to put the science of reading into practice
5 edtech resources that support literacy in elementary school
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