[Technology 1412] Re: Tech fluency and English skills - research?

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Bakin, Barry barry.bakin at lausd.net
Thu Dec 13 17:41:28 EST 2007



I've had the following document in a folder for reference for quite some
time. It's not specifically about language learning and it is probably
dated now but could be a good starting point for you.
http://www.nsba.org/sbot/toolkit/tiol.html

While not solely about tech skills and improvements in English Language
Learning, the following is a study of the ESL CBET program at the
Division of Adult and Career Education of the Los Angeles Unified School
Districts that did try to see if there was a relationship between the
use of technology and student learning gains.

http://notebook.lausd.net/pls/ptl/docs/PAGE/CA_LAUSD/FLDR_ORGANIZATIONS/
FLDR_PLCY_RES_DEV/PAR_DIVISION_MAIN/PERB/PUBLICATIONS/REPORTS/RPT%20ESLC
BET%20EFFECT.PDF

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[mailto:technology-bounces at nifl.gov] On Behalf Of Paul Rogers
Sent: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 2:43 PM
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Subject: [Technology 1411] Tech fluency and English skills -
research?


I am interested in research or observations that point to a
relationship between the acquisition of tech skills and improvements in
English language learning.
Paul Rogers


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