Educator perceptions of technology usage for students with low literacy levels in K-12

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1. Article: Digital instructional technologies (McKnight et al., 2016)

1.1. technology integration

1.2. digital instructional strategies

2. Article: Teacher perception of reliability of education technology (Delgado et al., 2015)

2.1. K-12

2.2. digital learning

2.3. devices

2.4. one-to-one

2.5. technology

3. Article: Literacy acquisition (Neumann et al., 2017)

3.1. E-books

3.2. Emergent digital literacy

3.3. Emergent literacy

3.4. Literacy development

3.5. Non-digital texts

4. Article: Communicative competence (Del-Moral-Pérez et al., 2018)

4.1. Digital storytelling

4.2. communicative competence

4.3. digital competence

4.4. primary education

4.5. digital literacy

5. GENERAL KEY WORDS

5.1. Educators

5.2. Perceptions

5.3. Technology in the classroom

5.4. K-12

5.5. Students and technology

5.6. Literacy

6. Article: Helping teachers make informed decisions when selecting assistive technology for secondary students with disabilities (Satsang et al., 2019).

6.1. Age-appropriate,

6.2. assistive technology

6.3. secondary

7. Article: Looking back to look forward: Reading like a writer (Latham & Faulkner, 2018)

7.1. Literacy

7.2. Computer literacy

7.3. Functional literacy

7.4. English language