Book Creator is a tool for creating, collaborating, and sharing across all subject areas and all grades. Discover grade-appropriate fiction and nonfiction ideas below.
Watch the following clips to learn briefly how Book Creator works on both on iPads and computers. Interested in MORE? Check out the webinars listed below the videos. These webinars spotlight elementary, middle, and high school curricular ideas.
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Follow the links below to learn more with webinars tailored for your age group.
Do even more with Book Creator by exploring additional ideas on Pinterest.
Are you interested in free virtual classes geared toward upper elementary - high school students? Discover how to access NewseumEd virtual classes by watching the short video below.
NewseumED offers free 30 - 50 minute virtual classes for your students. These classes run Monday - Friday, 9AM - 4PM, and can be adjusted to fit YOUR schedule. They are aligned to standards and often include additional teaching ideas/handouts. A few examples of classes are: “Is It Fair? Evaluate Your Media”, “Fighting Fake News: How to Outsmart Trolls and Troublemakers”, “Media Ethics for Students”, “First Amendment and Tinker” and “You Can’t Say That in School?" Follow the links below to review grade-appropriate content for your students.
Request a free virtual class for your students by following the link below. You should request a class with at least a two week notice, as you will be provided with a test date to ensure properly working hardware/software.
What is the Global Read Aloud? The Global Read Aloud is designed for all age groups and was started by Pernille Ripp in 2010. She had one ambitious goal, and that was to have a single book connect the world. Since its launch, GRA has created millions of connections in more than 86 different countries, and now is the perfect time for your class to connect globally and join the fun. Discover more by watching the short video below.
Learn more about the Global Read Aloud below. Contact me if you want a copy of the flyer.
It's time to get started! Sign up to receive updates via e-mail and check out the weekly schedule. Then, order the texts and join the conversation using the 2019 Twitter hashtag. The links are provided below.
Order the Texts: