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Eduporium 2m
April is National School Library Media Month! What are you doing to help create in your district?
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Literacy for Texas Apr 22
Scavenger hunts and reading make the perfect pair. Here is a FREE printable to get you started:
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MindShift 10h
Research shows that comprehension in students gets a boost when kids are exposed to culturally relevant books
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MackinVIA 24h
The deadline for a $10,000 Literacy Grant for Libraries is just one week away! Have you taken the time to apply yet? You cannot receive the grant if you don't apply for it! What can you do to your library with $10,000? Apply today:
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MindShift Apr 13
"Give kids credit. They have an innate sense of what's right and what's wrong. Being able to draw on that innate sense of justice through relatable stories is so important."
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MindShift Apr 9
If your kids can't get enough of stories involving wands and spells, magic academies, magical creatures, and other realms, this list could help.
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Primary Source Nexus 20h
crowdsourcing initiative “By the People” enlisting help to transcribe Walt Whitman’s writings and papers to make them more searchable and accessible online. Free webinar Wed. 4/24 at 4pm EST:
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Naomi Bates Apr 23
Went to & missed sessions? I did, especially & booktalk (if you've never attended, it's an experience!) But FEAR NOT! Get the ENTIRE list on Titlewave (yay!) My TBR list is excited!!
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Katy Vance Apr 9
An excellent reminder from on why graphic novels are such an amazing format of reading and why we need to celebrate not demean or diminish them.
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Mackin Educational Resources 49m
. is this Saturday! Will you be attending? This event is completely free and is the biggest event for teens in the MN metro area! Come meet your favorite authors and celebrate teen literacy with all of us! Visit for more info
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MindShift Apr 14
There is an apparent "Goldilocks effect" — some kinds of may be "too cold" for children, while others are "too hot." And, of course, some are "just right."
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lisa crofts 📚 Apr 16
Tl colleagues are you the referencing police or do you walk on by? As an avid fan of social media/art I often see artist openly use text without reference and copy copyrighted images?
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Literacy for Texas 2h
Want to find the latest in Texas specific literacy news, along with a community to grow your PLN? Join our Facebook group of librarians and library professionals:
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Corey Abrams 17h
Have you heard of Little Free Libraries? Here’s some advantages of what some have found in their local Little Free Libraries:
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Danielle Cadieux Apr 8
Topping our poetry pizza with and her amazing Grade 3s!
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Sandra Neil Wallace 🗽 Apr 10
ARE YOU READY 4 my APRIL GIVEAWAY featuring changemakers? & , FOLLOW & RT to enter to win these 3 titles, perfect 4 & read aloud time! winner chosen 4/17.
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MackinTYSL Apr 9
Did you know that "Kids Whose Parents Read to Them Understand Up to 1.4 Million More Words" than those that don't? Parents who take time to read aloud to their children are doing them a huge favor! ⬇️
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MindShift Apr 22
Many teachers see the interact only with students, but they are invaluable resources for teachers as well
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Joe Mazza, Ed.D. Apr 13
CLOSING SOON: We're looking for several 19-20 positions incl Library Media Specialist, ELA, Health, Science at (NY). If you know someone who'd be an incredible addition to our team, pls tag!
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Melissa Stewart 3h
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