Education & Tech News to Use: Dr. Seuss poster

Good resource for Read Across America Day!


Filed under: seuss, infographic, 4me, 4tchrs


Producing Infopics – YouTube

WOW! This 11 min video is worth the time to watch! It has a TON of great ideas for using images/words together for really making an impact. Lots of good suggestions about mobile apps, PLUS a useful idea at the end about a reporter for the day for 5th grade. I love that. Talk about bumping up a class’ writing skills!

Filed under: infopic, tonyvincent, images, graphics, infographics, 4tchrs

Education & Tech News to Use 05/23/2014

Magic Book :: Libro Magico

Flickr Creative Commons Image by Jonathan Emmanuel Flores Tarello

Today’s links are a couple of links dealing with encouraging enthusiastic reading in our classrooms. Many thanks to the leadership that Dr. Teri Lesesne and Donalyn Miller have given, and continue to give,  the education community in this arena!


  • This is an informative article that might shed some ight on the dirty little secret of Lexile scores and how they’re being misused in US curricula today. CCSS uses lexiles to level reading material & uses this to assign “appropriate” material to children at each ability level. Content is not considered in levelling. The levels of various books speak for themselves. Example: Charlotte’s Web is about the same Lexile as The Grapes of Wrath.

             Be sure to click through to the New Republic article mentioned at the end of the piece for more info.

             tags:lexile reading donalynmiller lesesne CCSS 4tchrs

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

  • Follow me on Twitter

  • Archives

  • Recent Posts

  • Recent Comments

    Alvin on Education & Tech News to U…
    connect2jamie on Another Post About Creativity…
    connect2jamie on Another Post About Creativity…
    safest infant car se… on Another Post About Creativity…
    Summer Learning… on Learning and Connecting, and I…
  • Categories

  • Meta