@PBSTeachers Featured Course “Teaching LifeLong Reading Habits” Begins with Orientation Today!! Here’s one of our Welcome Videos courtesy of Lisa Bu–“How books can open your mind” (Lisa Bu | TED2013) https://t.co/zaWey1MEBB via @TEDTalks
This week in our PBSTeacherLine course, Teaching Lifelong Reading Habits,we are reading about, thinking about, and digitally posting about electronic books. We’re firing up our Kindles- it promises to be a page-turner!
After exploring the pros and cons of electronic books you will learn where and how to find free eBooks, identify the skills your students need to be able to use them, and explore a wealth of resources that help you integrate them into the classroom. Here are a couple of link edits to note:
Guernsey’s article is mentioned in a reasoned response to the topic of electronic books for children by Susan Sirigatti is available in her post, “E-BOOKS FOR CHILDREN: YES OR NO?” http://asmarterbeginning.com/e-books-children-yes/
“I think that when we choose our sources, and formulate our questions, we need to pay real attention. For we are beginning the process of making our history.” ~Brent, teacher enrolled in PBS TeacherLine’s course, Connecting with Primary Sources from the Library of Congress
Just a reminder that PBS TeacherLine is offering teachers a 30% discount on PBS TeacherLine’s newest math course, “Differentiating Math Lessons for a Range of Learners.” To save your spot, enroll by 11:59 PDT on 5/31 using promo code “PBS+MATH”. (NOTE: Applies only to the course starting 6/14.) http://to.pbs.org/2o9vPrn
PBS TeacherLine’s course RDLA400 – Developing Passionate Readers in a Digital World is set to begin tomorrow, March 13th, with Introductions and Orientation.
In this course from PBS TeacherLine, you will explore the answers to essential questions of reading using digital resources. You will also learn the basic elements of and rationale for reading initiatives that inspire students to read independently. You will discover a wealth of online literature resources, gain a deeper appreciation for digital reading and audio technologies, and learn how author and genre studies inspire and motivate student reading. Moreover, you will explore your own personal reading habits and use this understanding to model passionate reading. All of these activities will occur in a collaborative, online professional learning network.
PBS TeacherLine’s online facilitated courses are designed to benefit both beginning and experienced teachers! Topics include science, reading, social studies, math, instructional strategies, and instructional technology. Enroll now through August 19 and save 15% using promo code SUNNYDAYS*. Check Out Courses Available for Enrollment