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Hicks, Troy – Guilford Press, 2021
Technology is integral to teaching in the English language arts, whether in-person, hybrid, or remote. In this indispensable guide, Troy Hicks shows how to teach and model "digital diligence"--an alert, intentional stance that helps both teachers and students use technology productively, ethically, and responsibly. Resources and lesson…
Descriptors: Language Arts, Technology Integration, Curriculum Development, Influence of Technology
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Lindeman, Kayla; Hicks, Troy – Art Education, 2023
Although art classrooms are rich with demonstrations, discussions, and artmaking, the COVID-19 pandemic brought unprecedented challenges to art educators wanting to engage students in studio-rich practices. As one solution, Bitmoji classrooms emerged in response to emergency remote teaching (ERT). Bitmoji classrooms--containing an instructor's…
Descriptors: Art Education, Teaching Methods, Online Courses, Studio Art
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Kramer, Mariah Fiona; Hicks, Troy – Reading Teacher, 2023
During the 2020-2021 school year, the COVID-19 pandemic forced millions of students and teachers into hybrid or fully remote modalities. Compiling the experiences of teachers who taught foundational reading skills to their primary-age students in a hybrid model (a mix of both remote learners at home, joining via video conferencing, as well as…
Descriptors: COVID-19, Pandemics, Distance Education, Educational Technology
Hicks, Troy; Parker, Jennifer; Grunow, Kate – Solution Tree, 2023
Countless technology tools are available to teachers and coaches, but integrating technology in the classroom in a purposeful way is challenging. In this book, the authors cut through ed-tech jargon and frameworks to help you employ ed-tech tools strategically. Explore moves, or instructional strategies, both familiar and new, that facilitate…
Descriptors: In Person Learning, Blended Learning, Distance Education, Technology Integration
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Zucker, Lauren; Hicks, Troy – Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE Journal), 2019
This article explores the writing processes of 22 English education scholars over the course of 23 months, resulting in the 2018 publication of an updated National Council of Teachers of English position statement, Beliefs for Integrating Technology into the English Language Arts Classroom. Through a qualitative approach, authors investigated the…
Descriptors: English Instruction, Language Arts, Teacher Collaboration, English Teachers
Hicks, Troy; Hyler, Jeremy; Pangle, Wiline – Eye on Education, 2020
Discover how to effectively incorporate literacy instruction into your middle or high school science classroom with this practical book. You'll find creative, inquiry-based tools to show you what it means to teach science with and through writing, and strategies to help your students become young scientists who can use reading and writing to…
Descriptors: Active Learning, Inquiry, Literacy, Content Area Writing
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Canady, Fawn; Scott, Chyllis E.; Hicks, Troy – Journal of Language and Literacy Education, 2020
Tensions between high school writing curricula and students' lived literacies persist in spite of burgeoning research in multimodal composition. Drawn from the second iteration of a multi-year formative experiment, this narrative explores the dissonance stemming from the meeting of these two worlds in a project titled Digital Self Portrait. This…
Descriptors: Grade 10, High School Students, Writing Instruction, Electronic Publishing
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Turner, Kristen Hawley; Hicks, Troy; Zucker, Lauren – Reading Research Quarterly, 2020
Since the emergence of the World Wide Web and e-reading devices in the late 1990s and early 2000s, reading research has focused on issues of website credibility, search and navigation strategies, and the ability to comprehend text on-screen as compared with in print. What has been missing, however, are data about the specific texts that…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Electronic Publishing, Reading Habits, Student Attitudes
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Pytash, Kristine E.; Hicks, Troy; Ferdig, Richard E. – Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 2016
In this article, we draw on the experiences of two young adults, Beth and Jamie (pseudonyms), who participated in a connectivist Massive Open Online Course (cMOOC) to explore how adolescents can become active members in a community of learners and the digital literacy practices that support this entry. We argue that Beth and Jamie engaged in…
Descriptors: Online Courses, Adolescents, Communities of Practice, Educational Experience
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Kajder, Sara; Turner, Kristen Hawley; Hicks, Troy – English in Texas, 2015
Students used to reading digital texts can be supported in reading both those and print-based texts critically through a variety of strategies and applications. Connected reading, or the idea that our reading is networked both physically and digitally to create a shared construction of meaning, involves readers working with text in both recursive…
Descriptors: Reading Instruction, Technological Literacy, Critical Literacy, Critical Reading
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Hicks, Troy; Young, Carl A.; Kajder, Sara; Hunt, Bud – English Journal, 2012
Entering into a century of conversations from "English Journal," the authors read, and reread, the words of many mentors, colleagues, and friends, discovering some voices they did not know and rediscovering many voices they did. In surveying "English Journal", the authors highlight voices from the past, of the present, and for the future to offer…
Descriptors: Educational Technology, Literature Reviews, Journal Articles, Writing Improvement
DeVoss, Danielle Nicole; Eidman-Aadahl, Elyse; Hicks, Troy – Jossey-Bass, An Imprint of Wiley, 2010
As many teachers know, students may be adept at text messaging and communicating online but do not know how to craft a basic essay. In the classroom, students are increasingly required to create web-based or multi-media productions that also include writing. Since writing in and for the online realm often defies standard writing conventions, this…
Descriptors: Writing Processes, Writing Skills, Technology Integration, Computer Assisted Instruction
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Hicks, Troy – Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE Journal), 2006
As a commentary aimed toward revision of "Beliefs About Technology and the Preparation of English Teachers: Beginning the Conversation" (Swenson, Rozema, Young, McGrail, & Whitin, 2005), this paper encourages the authors to focus on the multiliteracies that technologies enable as a guiding theme rather than on technologies…
Descriptors: Beliefs, English Teacher Education, Multiple Literacies, Elementary Secondary Education
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Hicks, Troy – English Education, 2005
Analyzing the creation of a digital portfolio from a digital and visual rhetorical stance, rather than from a standards-based or technical competency position, affords a teacher many more opportunities to think critically about their work, understand the choices they are making in representing that work online to diverse audiences, and continually…
Descriptors: Portfolios (Background Materials), Audiences, Teacher Educators, Teacher Education
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Federoff, Matt; Hicks, Troy; Mangiacapre, Anthony; Reilly, Erin; Imbriale, Ryan; Sheninger, Eric; Meyer, Dan; Langhorst, Eric – Educational Leadership, 2011
If you were transported back to school, what kind of technology would most engage you? This article presents responses from leading technology educators who were asked this question. The following technological tools are highlighted: interactive whiteboards, wikis, teacher-created websites, story creation tools, cell phones, Skype, digital…
Descriptors: Internet, Educational Technology, Technology Integration, Computer Uses in Education
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