I've been working on teaching schools to get book donations from their school communities.
Over the last year, my son's and I have been successful in collecting 13,000 books. About 10,000 came from our own collection efforts from non-profit organizations.
Once collected, we organize the books between fiction, non-fiction, chapter books, new reader... The teachers bring the students through the display area to select a book that they may take home and keep.
I am celebrating National Poetry Month by inviting librarians and educators everywhere to a great collaborative opportunity. Take a glance around the shelves in your home, school or public library and create an original Book Spine Poem. Take a picture of your poem and upload it to a photo sharing site like Flickr that gives you a URL that you can…Continue
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While assessment and grading are two distinct topics, they often intertwine. Occasionally something comes along to remind us that poor grading practices can end up negating effective assessment practices. That's why Allen Iverson is on this site - to remind us that we need to give…Continue
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Last year I approached my building principal about starting a book club. The main goal of the book club was to help teachers grow both personally and
professionally. To my astonishment, not only was my building principal
supportive of my idea, he also provided the book club with the financial
backing to purchase almost one thousand dollars worth of books.
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There are many characteristics that must be known to be a good Math parent.
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