WATCH: Technology Is Helping English Language Learners Prosper

Educators have always looked for new and innovative ways to assist non-English speakers learn English. However, technology has shown how digital media can support those learning English. Studies has shown that providing computers or tablets to practice a new language, will actually increase the chances of the student learning it. Digital media and Technology can increase creativity, reading skills, and meta cognition. Extensions for Google Chrome such as stackup can monitor reading and can be added to an instructors computer to monitor the students progress. Other tools that can help include: Read Naturally, Scientific Learning Fast ForWord, MindPlay, and StoryJumper.

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