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Curriculum Materials Center Jan 15
Mark your calendars! The CMC's annual Books and Bagels booktalk is scheduled for Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 4:30pm.
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Curriculum Materials Center Jan 15
Replying to @TLT16
Laura Dean Keep Breaking Up With Me b/c toxic relationships Wilder Girls b/c it feels the way her music sounds?
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SchoolLibraryJournal Jan 13
Jason Reynolds Named National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature
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Curriculum Materials Center Jan 9
How's everyone's first week going? (Besides the temperature in the Education building 🥶) We've enjoyed seeing so many of you stop by!
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Curriculum Materials Center Jan 6
Replying to @UCFLibrary
We do!!
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AASL Jan 5
Why School Librarians Are the Literacy Leaders We Need: Key benefits of having a highly-skilled school librarian--they are in the position to influence and support the culture of reading and writing across a school.
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Curriculum Materials Center Dec 13
Congratulations to all of our students who are graduating this weekend! 🎓🥳
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Matthew A. Cherry Dec 5
is live! It’s an animated short film about an African American father learning how to do his daughters hair for the first time. Written & Directed by me, co-directed by & stars .
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Curriculum Materials Center Dec 6
It's finals week, which means you only have a few more days to take advantage of the CMC before we close for the break. Wednesday, 12/11, is the last day we'll be open in 2019 so make sure to visit before then!
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Curriculum Materials Center Dec 4
The Morris Award finalists are here! Less than 8 weeks until all the Youth Media Award winners are announced!
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Vicky Zygouris-Coe Nov 18
Building bridges with global children's literature: Picturebooks about refugees from the US, UK, and Greece. Co-presented at with amazing children's literature experts Trish Crawford (@PittSchoolofEd) and Sherron Roberts
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Curriculum Materials Center Nov 19
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Curriculum Materials Center Nov 14
The 2019 New York Times/New York Public Library Best Illustrated Children's Books list is out! So many beautiful books! Have you read any of them?
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Curriculum Materials Center Nov 6
Reminder that the CMC (and the rest of campus) will be closed next Monday, November 11 for Veteran's Day. If you need to check out a book or use any resources, make sure to stop by this week! We'll be open this Saturday 8-5.
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Curriculum Materials Center Nov 4
The CMC now has craft scissors! 24 pairs with all the zig-zaggy patterns your heart desires. Ask for them at the desk!
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SchoolLibraryJournal Nov 4
Reading a Book by Young Immigrants Changes Perceptions at Wisconsin High School
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Marisa Macy Oct 30
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FAME Oct 28
Ever feel you have to defend having graphic novels in the library?
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Curriculum Materials Center Oct 22
Check out who's finally on the building signs!
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Teen Librarian Toolbox Oct 20
Are you worried about literacy rates? Feed kids. Are you worried about test scores? Feed kids. Are you worried about the future? Feed kids. Nutrition &Health + Feeling Safe, Secure &Valued + Self-esteem &Confidence = Thriving kids who read, write, think & build strong communities
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