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How to Set Up Mastery-Based Grading in Your Classroom. LGBTQ Inclusivity: a Literacy. Emerging Literacies. Reading Ladders by Teri Lesesne. Leading Students from Where They. Many of us are searching continually for that just-right book for each and every one of our students.

Reading Ladders by Teri Lesesne. Leading Students from Where They

It is my hope to help you find those books. More importantly, I hope to help you guide students to the next great book and the one after that. That is the purpose of Reading Ladders. Because it is not sufficient to find just one book for each reader. —Teri Lesesne "I finished the Twilight Series—now what? " What is Possible Print — sam wedelich.

By The Numbers - Media and and Technology. Virtual Crafting Station - Stuyvesant H.S. Library - LibGuides at Stuyvesant High School. Fostering Civil Discourse 2020 0. Six Tips for Building Book Displays That Matter. Teens at SFPL. "Look What I'm Reading" Bitmoji Posters. It is so fun seeing posters posted by every teachers door within our school and others that I see through my travel and work.

"Look What I'm Reading" Bitmoji Posters

These are such a great way to promote favorite reads and books that their school community might like to read too. It is also such an easy, fun and powerful way to celebrate our lives as readers, as they are posted in a place students see them every day. That is when I thought, What about if we put a twist on this! Instead of having a picture of ourselves holding a favorite book, what is we made posters celebrating what we are reading? Not only could we celebrate one book, but multiple books throughout the year by changing the cover. And how about using a cute little Bitmoji to make the posters?

With Bitmoji, anyone can make a personal emoji to use all kinds of ways. South Brunswick High School. eBooks in the Classroom - Education (Lesson Planning Resources) - Research Guides at SUNY Geneseo. EPUB (.epub) The most common type of ebook, EPUB files can be opened with almost any ebook reader, with the very important exception of Kindle.

eBooks in the Classroom - Education (Lesson Planning Resources) - Research Guides at SUNY Geneseo

This format is highly flexible and can include interactive features— though not all devices and readers can support them. EPUB books come in two basic varieties: Reflowable: Most EPUB files will fall into this category. A reflowable EPUB has many of the qualities people love about ebooks: the reader can control the font face, size, and color. Apart from smartphones, tablets, and dedicated e-reader devices, EPUBs can also be read on computers using iBooks on Mac OS X, and Calibre for Mac, Windows, and Linux. . * EPUBs made with iBooks author are compatible only with iPad and Mac— not iPhone, and not any non-Apple device. Kindle Book (.mobi, .prc, .kf8, .azw, among others) Kindle Books are a proprietary collection of ebook formats used in's Kindle Reader platform. Portable Document Format (.pdf) Ebooks can also be a .pdf file. Blandford librarian takes the lead in school, library collaboration. BLANDFORD – Porter Memorial Library Director Nicole Daviau, who is also an assistant librarian for Gateway Regional High School, is bringing together Gateway students, the school library and community libraries in the six district towns in a unique collaboration.

Blandford librarian takes the lead in school, library collaboration

Daviau explained that there are public libraries in each of the Gateway towns of Blandford, Chester, Huntington, Middlefield, Montgomery and Russell. “All have unique collections and spaces, but not all are (currently) open to the public.” As an assistant librarian at Gateway, Daviau is able to connect the libraries together using Google Classroom, enabling students to get their public library cards digitally. She has made a video of herself explaining the opportunities at local libraries, and is working on creating video tours of the libraries in each of the towns. RU 575. Jennifer Gonzales: Cult of Pedagogy: an "online magazine for anyone who teaches anything. . .

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Teaching is an art, a craft, and a science, and perfecting it is an ongoing, endless process. There are hundreds of ways to study and practice it, and this is what I obsess about here. " Silvia Tolisano: Langwitches offers thoughtful posts about all types of literacies Richard M. Byrne’s FreeTech4Teachers Every day Richard shares something new and considers free resources and how they can be used in education, often with quick instructional videos.

Monica Burns Class Tech Tips is a font of new discoveries and round-up posts, gathering top lists of tools to meet a variety of essential learning needs. Distance Learning Home - Lee High School Library Website - John R. Lewis Library at John R. Lewis High School (FCPS) BFTP: Keeping Your Library Collection Smelling F.R.E.S.H! BFTP: Creating GREAT Library Websites for TODAY's Learners! Book Love Foundation - Choice Inspires Reading - The Foundation. There are hard truths that we as a nation need to face: Too many middle and high school students don't read the assigned texts, and some even manage to slip by without having ever read a single book by the time they graduate.

Book Love Foundation - Choice Inspires Reading - The Foundation

As middle and high school reading declines, college professors lament students' inability to comprehend and analyze complex texts, or even keep up with the volume of reading that higher education requires. The rest of us are left to wonder: What do we as a society lose when so many high school graduates have no interest in reading anything? In Book Love: Developing Depth, Stamina, and Passion in Adolescent Readers, Penny Kittle took student apathy head on and showed that when students are given books that are right for them, along with the time to read and regular response to their thinking, a pathway to satisfying reading is created that leads to more challenging literature and, ultimately, a love of reading.

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