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Pete Caggia 20 Feb 18
A2: Highlight criteria for excellence in determining awards. Ask students to develop their own criteria or help them analyze how established criteria have changed over time
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Cameron + Company Dec 18
Thanks to , a resource for over 50,000 schools and librarians, who interviewed , author of our picture book, ODE TO AN ONION! Head over to the site to read Alex's blog post, listen to audio clips, and more:
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Great Dog Literary 26 Sep 17
Thanks!
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Kimberly Davick 26 Sep 17
Replying to @seymoursimon
Yes! Nonfiction helps students make direct connections to their world.
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liznealon 26 Sep 17
Hi. Liz Nealon here from Great Dog Literary. I represent a collection of Bilingual Eng/Span eBooks for grades K-8.
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Jacqueline Liesch 6 Mar 18
Q3: We reorganized our nonfiction to accommodate our makerspace. Many materials are kept on a book cart with pictures of the technology tools (purchased with grant funds) locked in a cabinet so students can ask. Administrative support is the number one key!
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Dr. Annette R. Smith 20 Feb 18
Replying to @TBSandy
A2 What a powerful story!
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janetwong 26 Sep 17
Many favorite authors, but here's a bilingual YA choice: , Pura Belpré Honor winner for THE SMOKING MIRROR.
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Jacqueline Liesch 6 Mar 18
We have lots of origami and duct tape craft books.
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Joyce Valenza Sep 18
Upcoming Webinar: For the Love of Reading:: on digital reading resources September 20, 2018 at 02:00 PM EDT
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OnlineRefCentre 6 Mar 18
A3 Share your Makerspace vision with parents and administration! The more people you get excited about your makerspace, the more support you will receive!
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Seymour Simon 26 Sep 17
Hello all, I'm a proud author trpresented digitally but
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Jacqueline Liesch 6 Mar 18
Q2: reading culture (print and digital texts, magazines, book talks, reading clubs), school culture (information access, create projects, collaboration), instruction (collaboration, e-school), and technology (different formats, create/ share information)
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Seymour Simon 26 Sep 17
I do hope that NF books are part of the classroom planned usage.
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Great Dog Literary 26 Sep 17
Q4: Narrated eBooks-the same book read aloud in Span & Eng-are great 4 families. Every parent wants to help their child w/reading
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OnlineRefCentre 6 Mar 18
A3 Ask parents and your community for donated materials! And scavenge your school storage rooms for discarded stuff!
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Katie Salmela Sep 20
Thank you for sharing resources that connect readers & educators with authors & illustrators during today's "For the Love of Reading" webinar! My favorite thing about Teaching Books is that it gives us the stories behind the stories!
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Great Dog Literary 26 Sep 17
's narrated, Spanish language eBooks are represented by . We customize digital pckgs for schools & libs.
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Seymour Simon 26 Sep 17
Represented, oops, typo
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Val Edwards 24 Oct 17
Thanks. That was great. Love all the ideas and book ideas!!
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