2016 Book Week. National Simultaneous Storytime. About | Get involved | About the book | About the author | Partners | Resources | Merchandise | VIP Readers I Permissions | Previous NSS National Simultaneous Storytime is back for its 20th year!
Join us on Wednesday 27 May 2020 at 11:00am as we head into the world of Whitney and Britney the Chicken Divas! Please note the above countdown is in AEDT National Simultaneous Storytime and Covid-19 The health and safety of ALIA Members and event participants is our first priority and we are monitoring the Covid-19 situation as it evolves. A face-to-face NSS event is unlikely to be possible this year, so we encourage you to consider a virtual event. Please register to receive the electronic versions of the book and we will send you updates with the very latest ideas, activities and resources to support your virtual NSS event. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the ALIA team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Activities for National Simultaneous Storytime 2016 - I Got This Hat. Activities for National Simultaneous Storytime 2016 - I Got This Hat The Australian Library and Information Association has announced that this year’s National Simultaneous Storytime book is: I Got This Hat, written by Jol and Kate Temple, illustrated by Jon Foye, and published by ABC Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers (2013).
You can read my review of both the I Got this Hat book, and the I Got this Hat app here. Taking place at 11.00am on 25 May, 2016, what a joyous celebration of books and fun this National Simultaneous Storytime is going to be! Although the text is very simple in the chosen book, I Got This Hat, I love that there is such a range of activities suggested by the theme.
ALIA have lots of wonderful activities you can use with kids on their NSS page. Here are some more ideas of mine you might include in your NSS celebrations with kids: Discussion points Why do people wear hats?
ICT Presentation. Dr Booklove’s 2016 Reading Challenges. Welcome to Dr Booklove’s 2016 Reading Challenge designed to introduce you to a range of new things to read.
New authors, series, genres, time periods – all sorts of things to broaden your horizons. If you put the cursor over the top right of the form you will see a pop-out icon. The january hat. It is January and it’s a new year around the world .
And just as Janus, the Roman god after whom the month is named, has two faces to look both forward and back, it’s a time for teacher librarians to do the same. Even though Australian teacher librarians are enjoying the long break between academic years, memories of the year just gone are fresh and they are already thinking of the new challenge that is just over the horizon. There’s time to reflect on what worked well in 2015, identify what could be built on in the year ahead and plan for it to happen. For without reflection there can be no learning and without learning there can be no progress. 2228617. Happy librarian challenge 2016.pdf. Weed a section of your collection that is looking sad and could use some freshening up.
It changes the energy of the space like magic!
The january hat. Parents. 'Brekkie with a Techie' - Kariong Mountains Learning Community. 'Brekkie with a Techie' is a weekly 15 minute presentation by teachers for teachers covering a wide variety of ICT tools, tips and tricks to support the relevant, meaningful integration of technology into teaching and learning. 'Brekkie with a Techie' is delivered online via Adobe Connect every Wednesday morning from 8.15am sharp to 8.30am.
Click on a link below to view a 'Brekkie with a Techie' recording: To join our weekly 'Brekkie with a Techie' sessions: 1) Open Internet Explorer 2) Go to: connect.schools.nsw.edu.au/kps 3) Login using the following details: USERNAME: detusername@detnswPASSWORD: your portal password For more information download the 'Quick Start Guide' using the link below. Anyone is welcome to present at one of our weekly 'Brekkie with a Techie' sessions. Contact Justine Abell: email@example.com. About This Site. All About Explorers was developed by a group of teachers as a means of teaching students about the Internet.
Although the Internet can be a tremendous resource for gathering information about a topic, we found that students often did not have the skills to discern useful information from worthless data. So we set out to develop a series of lessons for elementary age students in which we would demonstrate that just because it is out there for the searching does not mean it is worthwhile. A typical novice strategy for searching the Internet is to type the topic into the address bar. For example, if you are researching Christopher Columbus, you naturally would look first at www.columbus.com. Unfortunately, as you will see if you click on this link, that is not helpful. There are many less benign examples of site names that do not relate to the topic they appear to be about. To stay current on the site and hear about developments as they happen, follow @aaexplorers on Twitter. Publications. Learn about Wool. Hi, Gillian, this week on News Jnr and Junior Inventors.