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Jul 25, 13

A way to evaluate websites, put into easy terms for students.

May 15, 13

Welcome to Get Caught Reading, a nationwide campaign to remind people of all ages how much fun it is to read.

Feb 06, 13

At inkle, we believe it takes great writers to tell great stories.

That’s why we’ve created inklewriter, to help writers tell interactive tales with the minimum of fuss.

Dec 14, 12

match beginning letter sounds, short vowel sounds, or long vowel sounds

May 31, 12

Web search can be a remarkable tool for students, and a bit of instruction in how to search for academic sources will help your students become critical thinkers and independent learners.

Feb 28, 12

A website with some ideas to celebrate Dr. Seuss' birthday!

Feb 01, 12

free, open source, reading help website

Jan 20, 12

WOW! This is an AMAZING website with lots of great ideas on how to improve comprehension, fluency, and get kids to think outside the box when it comes to reading and writing.

Jan 10, 12

Read a book. Give a book.
Combining the joy of reading with the power of helping others

Jan 05, 12

Iowa's list of 21st century technology literacy standards.

Jan 05, 12

iKeepSafe is dedicated to the education of families on how to stay safe online. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Google to develop curriculum that educators can use in the classroom to teach what it means to be a responsible digital citizen.

The curriculum is designed to be interactive, discussion filled and allow students to learn through hands-on and scenario activities. Each workshop contains a resource booklet for both educators and students that can be downloaded in PDF form, presentations to accompany the lesson and animated videos to help frame the conversation

Nov 11, 11

I like this idea for having students evaluate the media they are using:
students, for example, can ask:
Who created or paid for the message?Why was it created?Who is the message designed to reach?How does the message capture the audience's attention? How might different people understand this message differently?What values or points of view are included or excluded and why?  Where can I find out more to verify the information?What can I do with this information?

Nov 09, 11

Welcome to Literacyhead! We gather visual art and organize it in reading and writing lessons and tools. From comprehension strategies to writing workshop mini-lessons, Literacyhead uses visual art to teach reading and writing standards in ways that are engaging and accessible to students with different needs.

Oct 20, 11

Great advice from a homeschooling Mom on how to teach essay writing skills.

Sep 23, 11

Vocabulary words with stunning photography to explain them! You could even have students take their own vocab list and look up pictures on Flickr or take their own photos.

Sep 22, 11

Interesting and unique writing prompts

Feb 04, 11

phonics videos for kids and teachers!

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