Top 6 Ways Technology Strengthens Literacy Intervention

Technology can save educators time and make literacy intervention more engaging and interactive for struggling students in middle or high school. Incorporating videos, online assessments, digital libraries, self-paced practice, and interactive tools can build a supportive, familiar environment for 21st century learners.


Here are 6 ways technology can simplify and enrich the teaching experience.

These interactive tools and video samples come from LANGUAGE!® Live, a comprehensive, blended literacy solution integrating face-to-face, teacher-led instruction with technology-based, independent learning. The research-based program, created by nationally renowned literacy expert and LETRS® author Louisa Moats for students in grades 5–12 who struggle with literacy, has been proven to yield up to two years' worth of growth in just one year.