Sunshine Classics have returned to US classrooms! The features that made them popular – timeless titles that draw on children’s experience and view of the world, loveable characters and engaging stories, leveled and constructed titles to specifically support to K-2 readers – have all returned.
Join me on April 18th to explore the importance of teaching digital literacy, the effects of not addressing digital literacy in your school, and how you can address this issue. Learn how you can do the best job possible in teaching digital literacy.
Those are the last words I personally received from Amy Krouse Rosenthal. They were an ending to a beautiful email she wrote to me on April 30, 2016. I knew Amy and her children – Justin, Miles and Paris; I’d even met her husband Jason a few times.
Want to know more about teaching with text sets? Interested in learning more about how to select children’s and young adult books to serve as the center of a text set in language arts, science, and social studies? Presented by Lesley University professors, Mary Ann Cappiello and Erika Thulin Dawes.
Too often, the role of the librarian is seen as superfluous, and what they can do for teachers, students and academic achievement is not clear to those making decisions about staffing or resources. Here are some ways to demonstrate your relevance to the success of your school.