This paper describes the outcome of an innovative mentoring program at a midwestern university that paired technology faculty and methods faculty in order to form partnerships to facilitate the modeling of technology for preservice teachers. Both faculty members concluded that topics in seeming juxtaposition such as poetry and technology could provide successful models of integration. Prior applications within poetry instruction mostly included incorporating visuals or using electronic postings. These applications treat technology as an addition rather than a true partner reaching into the actual writing of poetry. Conversely, this paper describes the creation of useful applications for enhancing poetry writing through technology for elementary school students.
Roberts, S. K., & Schmidt, D. (2002). Enhancing Poetry Writing Through Technology: The Yin and the Yang. Reading Horizons: A Journal of Literacy and Language Arts, 42 (3). Retrieved from https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/reading_horizons/vol42/iss3/4