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Book Retriever App Tracks Classroom and Home Libraries

Book Retriever App Tracks Classroom and Home Libraries | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it

App matches books to students' reading levels
Book Retriever, a mobile application recently released by Classroom Library Co., continues to be an iTunes top seller even during summer break. The app allows parents and teachers to match a child's reading level to items found in a database of more than 130,000 books. The app also includes a cataloging tool and a list of 10 "hot" books that changes monthly.


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Are Ebooks Any Good?

Are Ebooks Any Good? | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it

eBooks are becoming increasingly more popular-- the question is, should they be made available in the classroom library? Check out the pros and cons of using eBooks in the classroom

 


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Just Right Books - MSD Washington Township Schools Foundation

Just Right Books - MSD Washington Township Schools Foundation | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it
As new teachers, our classroom libraries are nearly nonexistent and in need of books to support our instruction. Our project includes funding for self-selected reading, big books for modeling writing traits and comprehension ...
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MW Reading and Writing: The Joy of Literature and Literacy ...

MW Reading and Writing: The Joy of Literature and Literacy ... | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it
Lester is a renowned expert on reading and writing instruction. He is a Professor Emeritus at Western Carolina University. Lester taught courses in ....
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Literacy Skills « Mrs Iqbal\'s Incredible Class!

Literacy Skills « Mrs Iqbal\'s Incredible Class! | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it
... instruction that increases their awareness of language. Having a welcoming environment in the classroom that is rich in literacy motivates children to read and the exposure to literature enhances their reading and writing ...
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A Balanced Classroom Library | Scholastic.com

A Balanced Classroom Library | Scholastic.com | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it

Tips on how to build a balanced and organized classroom library. 


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Organizing Your Classroom Library |

Organizing Your Classroom Library | | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it
By Lauren Hawley, TFAnet National Upper Elementary ELA & Social Studies Content Leader Want a classroom library that is low-maintenance, student-managed, organized, and safe for books? Here are a few tips from ...
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Classroom Library Organization | squareheadteachers

Classroom Library Organization | squareheadteachers | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it
Keeping classroom library books organized can be a really big challenge. Most systems that organize books (and KEEP them organized) take some effort up front. There are many ways to organize your books (author, reading ...
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Digital Tools for Differentiating Vocabulary Instruction | K12 Online ...

Digital Tools for Differentiating Vocabulary Instruction | K12 Online ... | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it
Develop innovative ways to use multimedia supported tools for vocabulary instruction. Learn to create interactive graphics, design digital word walls, and explore some 10 minute tech tools for use right away.
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Introducing Children to Books, Part II

Introducing Children to Books, Part II | K-12 Literacy | Scoop.it
This post is the second in a three-part series of posts about choosing books for young children at various stages of development. All three posts will be permanently housed here: Introducing Childr...
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