Keep them Reading,Thinking, Making
The School Library Learning Commons can have an impact on not only closing the summer achievement gap but actually opening up new learning potential. How do you plan to keep your students engaged in learning this summer so that when they return in the fall they have even more knowledge and experiences to build on for the coming school year?

We are sourcing ideas from school library professionals across Canada in this Google form which we will harvest to create an article for the spring issue of CSL Journal just in time for you to reinvent your old summer reading list into an expanded approach to keep your students engaged in learning this summer. Please share old/new ideas and links to past initiatives that have worked well if they are digital.

Target Group
Reading
Share ideas for connecting readers to many kinds of reading experiences over the summer. E.g. digital book links from the school library website.
Your idea:
Your answer
Thinking
Share ideas for keeping students engaged in critical thinking and problem solving over the summer. (E.g. challenges such as scavenger hunts)
Your idea:
Your answer
Making
Share ideas to encourage students to keep on making over the summer. (E.g. handouts of creative activities with materials lists)
Your idea:
Your answer
Other
Do you have other suggestions for opening up learning opportunities for students over the summer? (E.g. information about community programs)
Your idea:
Your answer
Thank you for participating! Watch for the article in the Spring 2018 edition of the CSL Journal.
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