Matthew W Rogers
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Matthew W Rogers posted a blog post

Efficient Use of Technology as an Instructional Tool in a Learning Support Classroom

As a 4th/5th grade Learning Support teacher, I constantly feel like my classroom is a zoo. Not due to poor classroom management or unruly students, but I always feel that there are more students that need attention and academic support during the time that I am with a specific group of students providing intensive reading strategies. I do not want to enlarge the reading groups but do not know how to make the time as meaningful as possible. I have struggled with the idea of centers and seat work…See More
Apr 5, 2012
Matthew W Rogers posted a blog post

Qualifications for Bookshare: Free online e-book program for Students with Print Disabilities

Hello,I am a 4th and 5th grade learning support teacher. I have a few students who have challenges with print size and their vision. I was recently reading an article about a federally funded program named Book Share which allows students with print specific disabilities the chance to instantly download, enlarge print, and have a computer generated voice read the book out loud.The books are free to the students and are available on the program the same day that it is uploaded on Amazon or…See More
Mar 29, 2012
Matthew W Rogers commented on Matthew W Rogers's blog post Efficient Use of Technology as an Instructional Tool in a Learning Support Challenge
"The current "seat work" includes a math basic facts page, handwriting, reading comprehension and a fun activity. The activities that I would appreciate discovering might include similar activities as Math Blaster for basic math skills,…"
Mar 19, 2012
Andy Petroski commented on Matthew W Rogers's blog post Efficient Use of Technology as an Instructional Tool in a Learning Support Challenge
"What types of activities are you undertaking with the students for which you are considering technology alternatives/extenstions?"
Mar 18, 2012
Matthew W Rogers posted a blog post

Efficient Use of Technology as an Instructional Tool in a Learning Support Classroom

As a 4th/5th grade Learning Support teacher, I constantly feel like my classroom is a zoo. Not due to poor classroom management or unruly students, but I always feel that there are more students that need attention and academic support during the time that I am with a specific group of students providing intensive reading strategies. I do not want to enlarge the reading groups but do not know how to make the time as meaningful as possible. I have struggled with the idea of centers and seat work…See More
Mar 6, 2012

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4th/5th Grade Learning Support Teacher, Paradise Elementary School, Pequea Valley School District
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4th and 5th Grade Learning Support Teacher. Besides teaching I like to mountain bike, ski, hike, play frisbee and explore new technology inside and outside of the classroom.

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Qualifications for Bookshare: Free online e-book program for Students with Print Disabilities

Posted on March 29, 2012 at 7:36am 0 Comments

Hello,

I am a 4th and 5th grade learning support teacher. I have a few students who have challenges with print size and their vision. I was recently reading an article about a federally funded program named Book Share which allows students with print specific disabilities the chance to instantly download, enlarge print, and have a computer generated voice read the book out loud.The books are free to the students and are available on the program the same day that it is uploaded on…

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Efficient Use of Technology as an Instructional Tool in a Learning Support Classroom

Posted on March 6, 2012 at 5:00am 2 Comments

As a 4th/5th grade Learning Support teacher, I constantly feel like my classroom is a zoo. Not due to poor classroom management or unruly students, but I always feel that there are more students that need attention and academic support during the time that I am with a specific group of students providing intensive reading strategies. I do not want to enlarge the reading groups but do not know how to make the time as meaningful as possible. I have struggled with the idea of centers and seat…

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