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Susan Tancock
Associate Professor
Ball State University

Susan Tancock has 13 years of experience in teaching and in training teachers. Since 1991 she has been at Ball State University where she is an associate professor. She received her Bachelor's Degree from Ball State University, her Master's Degree from Butler University, and her PhD from The Ohio State University.

Susan's research interests are in how technology influences the reading and writing processes in young learners. She has previously published work on children who struggle with reading difficulties.

Susan serves as the Technology Fellow in her department, where she provides staff development for the elementary education department on how to integrate technology into their courses. She also serves on the Editorial Board of a journal for the International Reading Association and chairs one of IRA's committees. action gameshidden object gamesplatform gamescard gamesbest pc gamesadventure gameskids gamesword gamespuzzle gamespc games

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  • Using a Web Site to Provide Literacy Lesson Models for Preservice Teachers
    // Case Studies, July/August 2001