“In other words, the students weren’t learning much about being a reader – they were learning mostly about a book.” Jennifer Serravallo
Reading Rockets should be a one of your – “go to” – websites. It is helpful for everyone involved with teaching a child to read – teacher, parent, reading specialist, librarian, or principal.
Picture books are for everyone! That was the message from a panel of five children’s authors and illustrators at Politics and Prose (an independent bookstore in Washington, DC) who participated in the Third Annual Picture Book Panel: Too Good to Miss – Picture Books for Older Readers. They all talked about the importance of […]
“We want to create lifelong learners who embrace curiosity, who enjoy analyzing ambiguity, and who view education as a journey that isn’t about offering the single correct answer but instead is about asking the thoughtful question.”
My goal this year for my classroom library is to organize it to support students becoming independent readers.
Here are some resources that will help you create, maintain, and grow your classroom library!