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The Engaging Classroom

    • In Other Words

    The 'Maker Movement' Has a Place in All Disciplines

    This maker movement isn’t necessarily something new, I have allowed my students to play and tinker with reading and writing.
    • Teaching Tips

    Super Practical Project-Based Learning Ideas

    Some tips and leads on incorporating PBL in the classroom.
    • Putting Books to Work

    Putting Books to Work: Primates: The Fearless Science of Jane Goodall, Dian Fossey, and Biruté Galdikas

    Using a nonfiction text can open a world of project-based learning possibilities.

    • Teaching Tips

    Synthesizing and Sharing Through ThingLink

    ThingLink helps create interactive charts for student presentations.
    • Teaching Tips

    Putting the STEM in ILD

    The ILD 60-for-60 challenge was a great STEM springboard for a North Carolina teacher.
    • In Other Words

    Do We Underestimate the Power of the Story?

    Some have reading issues, while others have issues with what they're reading.
    • Teaching Tips

    Dyslexia: When Spelling Matters

    Hearing a booth next to me at a dyslexia conference, I thought there was just "another program" for dyslexic students. I learned more two days later and it changed everything.
    • Teaching Tips

    Building A Strong Foundation on Vocabulary and Making it Fun

    Classes can compete with students around the world in a race for the largest vocabulary.
    • Quiet! Teacher in Progress

    There’s Always Time for the Joy of Reading

    Just as we make time to read, we have to give students a chance to pleasure read.
    • Teaching Tips

    The ILD Challenge—Halfway There

    One early learning teacher is tracking her students' adventure with the ILD Challenge online.
    • Putting Books to Work

    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.
    • Quiet! Teacher in Progress

    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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