Today, September 8th, is International Literacy Day. This day was founded in 1966 to keep the importance of literacy in the forefront of local communities. Tremendous progress has been made in the years since, however, illiteracy remains a world issue. This month’s resources aim to help teachers continue to close the literacy gap even in their new virtual roles.
- Check out Storyline Online to stream videos featuring celebrities reading children’s books.
- Explore Kids National Geographic for access to a wide variety of reading material.
- Browse the CommonLit Library with over 2,000 high-quality free reading passages for grades 3-12.
- Engage your audience with Magic Blox’s large and growing collection of eBooks.
- Trying to grow your classroom library and not sure what to buy? Seek advice from The Children’s Book Review who publish reviews and curated book lists among other great resources.
- Acquire excellent reading comprehension skills using Into the Book’s eight research-based strategies.
Mapping out your back to school plans? Join us on September 10th at 4 PM ET for the EVERFI Back to School Webinar. Come explore the latest digital resources, best practices for supporting student learning, and methods to build a strong classroom culture, whether remotely or in-person.
The new school year is here and that means so is the annual Back-to-School Educator Giveaway! To celebrate all that educators, do, Edmentum is giving one lucky educator a $500 Target gift card. Click here for your chance to win.
The Educate Team had a great time at the EdCamp with many Step Up schools in August. Please check out the participant feedback to see what teachers and leaders are saying about their experiences.
Through EdCamps, Educate develops learning opportunities to prepare teachers going back to school with essential skills for online and hybrid learning. These learnings are flexible for participants and all webinars are curated into a site for participants to review and revitalize with all resources provided. Some of the services include school-wide transformational coaching, workshops and webinars for teachers and leaders, EdCamps, parent webinars, and school leadership development.
Contact Lisa Lawrenz, firstname.lastname@example.org or Julie Emory-Johnson, email@example.com to set up customized coaching opportunities, go over the feedback from the EdCamp, walk through a needs assessment for your school, and plan the next steps of support for your school this year.
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