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Stephanie Berry Jan 23
Working with teachers who are eager to learn- pleasant. Learning that teachers have implemented their learning- rewarding. Watching same teachers present their learning to an eager staff- priceless!
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Mrs.Warren Jan 22
Learning about point of view and the author’s message in stories. We’ve also started reading with expression! Papa Bear, Mama Bear and Baby Bear have never sounded so good!
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Leicestershire Shared Reading Jan 23
Delighted to announce the launch of a new, weekly group at library, starting Monday 2nd March! 10.30am to midday, join us to listen to stories and poems and talk about them. Meet people, share experiences, feel connected.
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Ripon House Jan 23
In reading group today, story was ‘The Untold Lie’ by Sherwood Anderson and the poem (below) by Matthias Weaver which made us remember the magic of youth when you couldn’t imagine ever being old.
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The Anchor Society Jan 23
Wherever you live in Bristol, there are so many opportunities to meet new people and share ideas at a local group 📖 Join one now!
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Ms. Aquino 👩🏻‍🏫🍎 Jan 24
“Read to a peer”- my favorite way to invite students to dive into literature while sharing with others.
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Kunsthalle Cromer Jan 18
This week our courses met for the 2nd time + . Please continue to follow the course remotely: we'll be posting the readings and exercises online throughout the 6 week course. (1 of 4)
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Molly Feeney Wood Jan 23
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Bristol Libraries Forum Jan 22
So many groups in Thank you for making a difference
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DDSB NTIP Jan 23
educators engaged in learning around today with ... time to consolidate learning with their mentors is precious !
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Nelson Libraries Jan 22
Join us tomorrow, Friday, at the Nightingale Library Memorial for and poetry. All welcome. 3.30 - 4.30pm.
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The Reader at Calderstones Jan 22
Our mates have written about us welcoming to Calderstones this Summer. "Shakespeare has been bringing people together at since our first ever group started nearly two decades ago in Birkenhead."
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The Reader Jan 24
A new group is starting in the area of later on this month, beginning with a taster session on Mon 27 Jan, 2pm – 3.30pm at Cafe Rumah on Weld Road. Try a new experience and connect with other people in the local community.
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The Reader Jan 19
We need people from Huyton, Prescot, Roby and Stockbridge Village to train to lead groups in the local area - you'll be invited to our HQ at Calderstones Park for training days in February. Join the Reading Revolution now:
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The Reader Jan 18
Announcing our new project in Tower Hamlets! promotes confidence, improves and builds communities 🤝 Find out more:
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Bristol Libraries Forum Jan 21
TODAY 📚Tuesday 21 January 2-3:30pm 📚Shared Reading Group with 📚 📚A group leader reads aloud stories & poems. Relax, listen & chat 📚Happens every Tuesday
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Reading Revolution Jan 21
Awesome visit to Teresa's group at Totara hospice yesterday. Beautiful to share new experiences with this community. "I never knew that people could read for entertainment"
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Dr Sarah Lowndes Jan 24
Never fails to fascinate me, all the different readings that can emerge from a single text. Brilliant to read together with so many thoughtful people this week. ✍️
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Reading Revolution Jan 21
The peace of wild things..."for a time I rest in the grace of the world, and am free" Wendell Berry poem with Teresa at Totara hospice yesterday in papakura.🙏🌺🌈🌄
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Bristol Libraries Forum Jan 22
TODAY 📚Wednesday 22 January 10:30am-12noon 📚Shared Reading Group with 📚 📚A group leader reads aloud stories & poems. Relax, listen & chat 📚Happens 2nd & 4th Wednesday of the month
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