Scholastic Teaching Resources

Putting Books to Work: Brown Girl Dreaming

Jaqueline Woodson's best-selling Brown Girl Dreaming can be used across many curricula in a broad range of grades.

Nakeiha Primus first resisted teaching. Once she embraced a career in education, she went running into teaching and research.

What Do You Want to Know About Mentor Texts?

Join us Tuesday, Oct. 28 at 8 p.m. ET, for our first-ever Google Hangout "on air."

Motivating Readers With Humor

Book reviews of some of the newest funny books for kids.

  • We’re Adding a Literacy Minute to Our Days – Are You?

    When the International Literacy Day 60-for-60 challenge was launched, asking teachers to engage their students in an extra 60 seconds of literacy-focused activities every day for 60 days, IRA wanted to get in on the fun, too.
  • Focus on What Matters and Don’t Make It Insurmountable

    To mark the release of Be Fabulous: The Reading Teacher’s Guide to Reclaiming Your Happiness in the Classroom, Jennifer Scoggin, a.k.a. Mrs. Mimi, shares her advice for how to take a step back and remember what’s important.
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