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2014 ARCHIVE

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Deborah Wooten’s Favorite Children’s and YA Literature
Teachers Need Differentiation, Too: How Universally Designed, Hybrid Professional Development Can Help
Literacy Learning and Technology: Why BYOD May Not Be the Answer
In Memory of a Liberian Literacy Leader
Work Smarter By Making Them Work Harder
Gifted and Dyslexic: Twice Exceptional
Super Core! Helps Students Embrace Writing Time
#IRAChat: Appreciating the Needs of the Gifted Student
The Best Picture Books of 2014
Telling an Animated Story
Bidding a Fond Farewell to the ILD Challenge
'Gifted' Takes Different Forms in the Classroom
Tucking in With a Nice, Warm Book
Wrapping Up Project-Based Learning Month
Reading Today Online Covers PBL Month 2014
How Project-Based Approaches in Literacy Could Go Terribly Wrong (Or Powerfully Right)
PBL: Many Paths, One Destination
PA Dept. of Ed Does End Run On Reading Specialist Certification
Literacy Paves the Path to Peace
Celebrating Life Everywhere
Innovative School Program Highlights PBL
Five Questions With... Abby Hanlon (Dory Fantasmagory)
Facilitating Online Discussions About Text
U.S. Dept of Ed Calls for Strong Home/School Connection
Are You Wrapping Up the 60-for-60 Mission?
Counting and Questioning With Math and Science Books
Online Fan Fiction Spaces as Literacy Tools
A Waylaid Panelist Shares His Mentor Texts
Let IRA Be Your Guide Through a Loud Public Debate
Don't Let Common Core Take the Love Out of Reading
Annual Conference Join Us! Children's Literature in the Reading Program Resource Catalog