Connecting with Authors on Flipgrid You may have Flipgrid Fever like countless schools all over the world and as a result, you have been amplifying student voice on a video-based platform that knocks down the four walls of your classroom, extending learning beyond your school, to now include the greater global community. The possibilities are... Continue Reading →
Swing by Kwame Alexander My rating: 4 of 5 stars Note: Review of ARC from NetGalley. Thank you to Kwame Alexander & Mary Rand Hess for having me on the Swing Launch Team. CeCe Librarian's Summary It's junior year and best friends, Noah and Walt are navigating their way to cool the best way they... Continue Reading →
Today's post will cover Tip #5: Plan Ahead and be prepared. Keep a calendar of important celebrations, themes, and topics that you want to blog about in the future.
Today's blog post will cover tip #4: Follow other bloggers. Read, support, and share their work with others.
Today's post will cover Book Blogging Tip #3: Use Images. Break up text with relevant images throughout. Use FREE resources like Adobe Spark to create a clean, professional, engaging blog post.
Today's post will cover Book Blogging Tip #2: Get Social. Sharing blog posts on Twitter and making good use of hashtags.
Today's post will cover Blogging Tip #1: Blog Regularly, including binge-writing and scheduling blog posts.
Lifelines: Books That Bridge the Divide Lifelines: Books That Bridge the Divide is a new children's book podcast that is hosted by authors Ann Braden (The Benefits of Being an Octopus, September 2018) and Saadia Faruqi (Meet Yasmin!, August 2018). As stated by the hosts: "In this podcast, we share conversations with librarians, educators, and... Continue Reading →
https://thereisabookforthat.files.wordpress.com/2017/12/mustreadin2018.jpg ORIGINAL POST 2018 Reading Challenges & Goals | #MustReadin2018 I am grateful for reading challenges that help me stay on top of my goals. In 2017, I met my Goodreads goal of 50 books and it was in large part due to the awesome Book Excursion team of educational leader readers that I joined... Continue Reading →