Date of Award
Graduate Field Experience
Master Of Arts In Urban Special Education
Colleges & School
College Of Education And Leadership
Elizabeth M. Beveridge
Library of Congress Subject Heading
Technology and children; Teaching--Aids and devices; Syllabication
This study focused on improving the blending and segmenting skills of a K4 student through technology-based strategies. This study was designed for a K4 student attending a public, urban Midwestern charter school who is considered a struggling reader. The intervention was conducted over eleven, 60-minute sessions. Data measured the student's response to video clips, interactive texts, Elkonin boxes supplemented with pictures, and online and computer-based games. The student demonstrated increased blending and segmenting skills as a result of the intervention.
Hagman, Maren, "The Effects of Technology-Based Strategies on the Blending and Segmenting Skills of a K4 Student" (2013). Master's Theses, Capstones, and Projects. 434.
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