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Books To Check Out This Summer Break

With summer well underway and a bit of free time on your hands, it is time to grab a drink, sit by the pool, and engage in a nice book! If your goal is to continue learning about education and the many ways it is evolving, check out this list of 3 books that we feel are both interesting and thought provoking for educators. From advancing technology to developing yourself as a professional, this list has something for everybody looking to learn more about the classroom and ways we can improve teaching.

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Literacy Thrives in Speaking & Listening

Language arts has always been what I love to teach the most. I love teaching the love and reading and the skill of writing, but I equally feel speaking and listening is important when getting a balanced literacy approach in place. Last month, I worked on listening and speaking lessons with first grade using Toontastic focusing on story elements through creating their very own digital story. I used @iThinkWrite headphones and discovered so much about teaching little ones speaking and listening.

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Easy on the Ears: A Review by C. Yang

There are times when “learning at your own pace” means having to listen to videos or instructions. In a classroom of 36 students, having all students at their own pace could possibly mean 36 different locations on a video or learning module. Allowing students to have a comfortable listening device is essential to those kinds of lessons or activities.

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