As teachers, we need ways to prevent that dreaded “summer slide” by sending our students away for the summer with something to read and something to do. Providing concrete ideas for activities using books they love is a great way to keep them engaged, reading and learning over the summer.
Join two experienced library professionals as they share strategies and ideas on how to collaborate to help students develop a love of reading while gaining new literacy skills. Presented by Allison Barney from Nashville Limitless Libraries, and Stephanie Ham from Metro Nashville Public Schools.
The Internet is a powerful source of information and can give you any version of the truth you’re looking for. Not only does the information change every day, but so do the parameters used to find it. Are you beginning to wonder how to handle it all? Follett can help.
Technology in the classroom today looks very different than it did a decade ago. Most important is how technology is used in teaching and learning. What do YOU do with technology in the classroom? How do you integrate it into your instruction?
As the Illinois Bicentennial is celebrated in schools across Illinois and other schools and communities, I thought it would be exciting and helpful to bring together lots of resources, projects, books, PebbleGo articles and other awesome artifacts for this very special event. Use and share it!