Want to help your students to love reading? Enter literacy interventions! Join us in conversation with Amanda Phelps, Assistant Principal of Wayne County High School, to learn more!
One of the best opportunities for fostering literacy is the environment.
Join us in conversation with Katie Seymour of the Georgia Council on Literacy and Putnam County Primary School for another extra special episode on literacy leadership!
Looking to improve reading skills in your classroom? Join us in conversation with Beth Herod, Early Learning and Elementary Curriculum Director for Gordon County Schools, to learn how to implement skill checks and interventions to improve student literacy!
How can we use STE(A)M principles in our classrooms to encourage student curiosity and collaboration? Join us in conversation with Amanda Garrett and Sarah Wetherington of Paulding County for our Season 3 finale! Thanks for listening! We'll be back soon with Season 4!
What can the simple art of reading aloud do for student comprehension? Join us in conversation with Jordan Motsinger of Cobb County Schools to find out!
In a school of 1300 students—more than half of which the Department of Education categorizes as economically disadvantaged—teenagers became readers.
eRead Kids allows Georgia families to freely check out nearly 15,000 electronic and audio books for children in pre-k through fourth grades.
Reach, a nonprofit organization in Washington, D.C., helps older students become better readers by giving them the tools to teach younger kids.
Outlander, Harry Potter, Pride and Prejudice, and The Lord of the Rings rank in top five with over 4 million votes cast.
Imagine if, as an educator, you took the time to carefully select which books you highlighted in your classroom and within your class bookshelf - consider the impact you could have.
From whimsical bedtime stories to action-packed book series, these books will be sure to inspire adventure during the summer.
Explore Discovery Education’s learning management system as a supportive resource for differentiated learning and instruction.
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Whether we’re ready for summer to be over or not, the school year is starting. A half dozen districts or so around the state are already back today.
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Participating in Library Card Sign-up Month with the Georgia Library Service during September?