Tuesday, September 2, 2014


Building Classroom Libraries

for all grades and all subjects!

We should be curators of our libraries, not just collectors. Offering students an engaging, diverse classroom library requires more than buying books and putting them on bookshelves . . . managing a classroom library requires curation -- selecting the best most current materials for both curriculum needs and student interests.         -Donalynn Miller
If you are wondering how to get started on a classroom library, how to strengthen your existing one, or how to create reading nooks, check out these articles by Choice Literacy teachers:
Reading Nooks


Bring TED to your classroom with TED-Ed Clubs!

TED-Ed Clubs is a flexible, school-based program that supports students in discussing, pursuing and presenting their big ideas in the form of short TED-style talks. Watch the video or check the site to learn more.  


Upcoming Literacy Professional Development

Reading Apprenticeship

September 16, 17 and October 9, 2014

Writing Collaborative

October 21, 22 and November 6, 2014


K-12 Fall Literacy Summit-  Speaking and Listening

October 1, 2014


Questions?   E-mail me! 

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