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Bringing Speech Recognition to Reading Instruction

by Marilyn Jager Adams
December 5, 2011

Marilyn Jager Adams’s report, “Technology for Developing Children’s Language and Literacy: Bringing Speech Recognition to the Classroom,” was released this fall by the Joan Ganz Cooney Center. This commentary was recently published by Education Week.   As everyone who follows such things knows, U.S. students, as a group, do not … 







Technology for Developing Children’s Language and Literacy: Bringing Speech Recognition to the Classroom

by Marilyn Jager Adams
September 21, 2011

According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), about fifty percent of low-income fourth graders in our nation’s schools are unable to read at a basic level.  In this report, Brown University’s Marilyn Jager Adams, a pioneer in literacy research and practice, points to evidence that speech recognition technology …