Workshop Blast #4 - Three Hour Split (Britannica, Digital Learning Solutions, Informational Texts)
Sign up for the Saturday afternoon session with Angie Benedetti & Jerene Battisti. The number of attendees is unlimited.
1:15 - 2:10 - Britannica in the Classroom,
2:20 - 3:15 - Digital Learning Solutions, Pierre Guerts
3:25 - 4:20 - Informational Texts and Where to Find them: Online Resources for Nonfiction and the Common Core State Standards, Deborah Ford
Informational Texts and Where to Find them: Online Resources for Nonfiction and the Common Core State Standards
With the implementation of the CCSS, educators will be faced with an increasing need for nonfiction and other informational texts. By grade 4, 50% of what students read should be informational. By grade 8, the rate goes up to 55%. At grade 12, the rate is 70%. These standards are not just for English Language Arts classrooms, so what’s an educator to do? Where can you find the informational texts that are being required with increased rigor?”
Presented by: Deborah B. Ford, Junior Library Guild’s Director of Library Outreach, is an award-winning library media specialist and international speaker with almost thirty years of experience as a classroom teacher and librarian in K–12 schools. She is the former District Resource Librarian for San Diego Unified School District, which serves over 180 schools. Traveling across North America, she does seminars for the Bureau of Education and NEFLIN, including “Increasing the Effectiveness of Your School Library Program,” “Best Books of the Year,” and “Web Resources for Educators.”
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