My girlfriend says I have a thing for books. I probably spend more money on books than any other expense, aside from food. Walking into a bookstore with a good selection makes me want to rent a truck and haul their entire ...
This paper reports on an investigation aimed at determining whether indicators of information literacy could be identified by secondary analysis of existing data collected in other household surveys. It was concluded that information literacy has unique elements that are not encompassed in the surveys that were examined.
The Weston Forum Energize your child with reading The News Journal While reading through a variety of sources early on – books, websites, newspapers – gives your child a jump start on her education, school is not the only reason to enjoy reading.
Founded in 1943, ASCD (formerly the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development) is an educational leadership organization dedicated to advancing best practices and policies for the success of each learner.
"For my recent Engage post, I asked my students to review apps we had used to create presentations in our classroom. The apps included a variety of tools for making traditional slide show displays. But the beauty of the devices we are using in our classroom is that we can go so much further, and break past those conventional boundaries.
With that in mind, I would like to share some of the apps my students utilized in creating presentations that were of the less traditional variety. "
"How does summer reading work in your school? Do you assign specific books or do you provide a list for students to choose from? Do you stick with the same titles year after year or do you shake things up? As you get ready to write your summer reading lists, check out our tips for creating the perfect list. Then explore this special edition of the WAT Book Club, in which we've chosen 20 brand-new books that are just right for summer reading. There are recommendations for every grade level, so print out this page and share it with students, families and colleagues!"
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