Book Review–My Secret EdTech diary

Ask a Tech Teacher

Excellent topics that couldn’t possibly be thorough covered in one book so a diary approach seems like a good option, ideas offered through a wide lens. The book would be too long for most readers if offered as a deep dive. The book is written from a Brit’s perspective.

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6 Steps to Teach Book Creation with Book Creator

The CoolCatTeacher

Book Creator , the simple ebook authoring program, encourages writing and creativity in kids. Soon, my middle schoolers will start writing books again but in the fall, we had a great experience. Step 3: Move to Book Creator with a Draft Cover and sample pages.

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A Book New–and Veteran–Teachers Will Want to Read

Ask a Tech Teacher

He breaks the book into chapters every teacher will understand: x. What doesn’t is the fundamentals Pete covers in this book: x. Overall an excellent book. Reviews Book ReviewsThey Call Me Mom. by Pete Springer.

Books I read in October 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in October 2021… Aftershocks , Marko Kloos (sci fi). Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in June 2020. Books I read in September 2020. Books I read in January 2021. Books I read in March 2021.

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EdTech at School

This E-book is designed to support educators with case studies of education technology use at school.

12 Websites for Digital Books Summer Reading

Ask a Tech Teacher

There is one bright spot in this story: Online books. Thanks to the efforts of many devoted professionals and the financial support of more, there are a wide variety of free/inexpensive sources for books that students can use for classroom activities as well as pleasure.

Books I read in July 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in July 2021… Pedagogy of the Oppressed , Paulo Freire (education). Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in June 2020. Books I read in September 2020. Books I read in January 2021. Books I read in April 2021.

THE Book for Every Child

Teacher Tech

Melody McAllister writes a book review for Strum & the Wild Turkeys by Noa Daniel. This book is for all year, for every child, and my family gives it five stars!". The post THE Book for Every Child appeared first on Teacher Tech.

Books I read in September 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in September 2021… Serpentine , Jonathan Kellerman (thriller). Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in April 2020. Books I read in November 2020. Books I read in February 2021.

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The Epic E-Book of WebTools

The CoolCatTeacher

Resources Mentioned in the Show Epic book of Web Tools and Apps The Digital Librarians Survival Toolkit Kristina Holzweiss – Bio as Submitted Kristina A.

Books I read in April 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in April 2021… The Spy Who Came In From the Cold , John le Carré [thriller]. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in June 2020. Books I read in July 2020. Books I read in December 2020. Books I read in March 2021.

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Teaching digital citizenship with picture story books

Ditch That Textbook

These picture books illustrate important concepts beautifully. Teaching digital citizenship books digital citizenship picture books picture books for the classroom social media picture books technology picture booksTeaching digital citizenship in a meaningful way can be daunting. This post is written by Eleni Kyritsis, a Year 3 teacher and Leader of Digital Learning and Innovation from Melbourne, Australia.

Books I read in August 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in August 2021… Restoration , Carol Berg (fantasy). Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in June 2020. Books I read in September 2020. Books I read in January 2021. Books I read in April 2021.

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Books I read in May 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in May 2021… The Power of Place , Tom Vander Ark, Emily Liebtag, & Nate McClennen [education]. The Big Book of Science Fiction , Jeff & Ann VanderMeer [sci fi; 1,216 pages! can I count this as four books?].

New Book: Inquiry and PBL

Ask a Tech Teacher

Ask a Tech Teacher has a new book out, Inquiry-based Teaching with PBL: 34 Lesson Plans. This book includes 34 lesson plans as well as discussion on inquiry-based teaching strategies: The Inquiry-based Teacher. Here are a few screenshots from the book: Click to view slideshow.

Scholastic Book Club Provides Great Children's Books for Each Grade

Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Scholastic Book Clubs is a platform where teachers get access to a wide variety of educational books that attend to the learning needs of young learners from various age groups and cultural.read more.

Four Books that Include & Engage Learners 

Teacher Tech

Educator, Melody McAllister, shares four books and their authors who will help your classroom be more inclusive with all learners and keep them engaged! Every book shared also includes FREE Resources to help you in your classroom or share with families at home!

May’s Top New Books for Educators

Where Learning Clicks

Check out our picks for the top 7 books for educators, covering topics like self-care, supporting students with IEPs who are working remotely, and more. The post May’s Top New Books for Educators appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

??Librarians Fight Book Bans With Twitter Takeover

Edsurge

Texas has become a battleground over book banning. Now entering the fray is a cavalry of librarians, who are taking to social media in opposition of what they say is an attack on their professionalism—and on student access to diverse books.

Books I read in March 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in March 2021… The Sand Sea , Michael McClellan [fantasy]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in June 2020. Books I read in August 2020. Books I read in September 2020. Books I read in January 2021.

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March’s Top New Books for Educators

Where Learning Clicks

Check out our picks for March’s top books for educators looking for some thoughtful reads. The post March’s Top New Books for Educators appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. As education is evolving every day, how are you?

50 Of The Best Historical Fiction Books By Grade Level

TeachThought - Learn better.

Here are 50 of the best historical fiction books, divided by grade level, that promise to engage the most reluctant of readers. The post 50 Of The Best Historical Fiction Books By Grade Level appeared first on TeachThought. Literacy Books Social Studies

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Books I read in June 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in June 2021… Colleges That Change Lives , Loren Pope & Hilary Masell Oswald [higher ed]. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in June 2020. Books I read in July 2020. Books I read in December 2020.

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Books I read in January 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in January 2021… A Murder of Quality , John le Carré [detective]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in June 2020. Books I read in August 2020. Books I read in September 2020.

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Books I read in September 2020

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in September 2020… Parable of the Sower , Octavia Butler [sci fi]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in July 2020.

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Books I read in October 2020

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in October 2020… What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism , Dan Rather & Elliott Kirschner [politics]. Books I read in January 2020. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in May 2020.

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January’s Top Books for Educators

Where Learning Clicks

As we return to school after some much-needed time off, we share our picks for January’s top books for educators, with a heavy focus on mental health support. The post January’s Top Books for Educators appeared first on Where Learning Clicks.

Pride Month: 20 LGBTQ Children’s and Young Adult Books You Could Recommend

Waterford

That’s why it’s so important to read books that include LGBTQ representation of children and families. Adding such books to your classroom can help children from LGBTQ backgrouds— 84% of whom report harassment at school because of their identity—feel understood and safe.

Book Review: Repositioning Educational Leadership

Ask a Tech Teacher

The result is this book with a simple rationale: Education leaders must position themselves as inquirers. The book is organized into three sections: Learning from and with Students, Collaborating with Teachers and the School Community , and Leading System-level Inquiry. But be forewarned: This book is not for the faint of heart. The introductory sections on Rationale, Inquiry as Stance, Genesis of the book , and Practitioner Inquiry are not a casual read.

Books I read in December 2020

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in December 2020… Call for the Dead , John Le Carré [thriller]. TOTAL FOR 2020 = 104 books. Books I read in February 2020. Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in August 2020. Books I read in October 2020.

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Student Book Talks Help Motivate Readers

MiddleWeb

We often turn to friends when we’re looking for new books to read. Making book talks a regular part of your classroom gives kids a platform to recommend books they love and want to share. The post Student Book Talks Help Motivate Readers first appeared on MiddleWeb.

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How digital books connect vulnerable students with reading

eSchool News

So when it comes to reading, sometimes success can look like a student simply picking up a book. Confidential access to digital books for readers of all abilities. The definition of success is a “favorable or desired outcome.”

February’s Top New Books for Educators

Where Learning Clicks

We’ve compiled our list of the top books coming out in February for educators looking to develop themselves and their classrooms in 2021. The post February’s Top New Books for Educators appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. Outside the Classroom Books for Educators education books February top new books for educators February’s top books February’s top education book releases Top New Books top new books for educators

Books I read in February 2021

Dangerously Irrelevant

Books I finished reading (or rereading) in February 2021… Critical Race Theory (3rd ed.), Books I read in March 2020. Books I read in April 2020. Books I read in May 2020. Books I read in July 2020. Books I read in December 2020.

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November’s Top 10 New Books for Educators

Where Learning Clicks

Our picks for November’s top 10 new books for educators can help you out. The post November’s Top 10 New Books for Educators appeared first on Where Learning Clicks. Looking for more guidance about teaching online, SEL, or motivating students?