The Buckeye Children';s and Teen Book Award Council is pleased to announce the winners of the 2016 Buckeye Children's and Teen Book Awards:
INFOhio has just rolled out its latest project, the student-driven Book Nook (booknook.infohio.org), a site devoted to student-created book trailers.
The Library has several databases that will help students learn more about the world and complete assignments. Take a look at our database page for students and homework at: http://www.mrcpl.org/research/subjects/students-and-homework
The State Library of Ohio, Ohioana Library Association, and Ohio Center for the Book are pleased to announce the 20 books selected for the 2017 & 2018 Choose to Read Ohio booklist.
The children and teens of Ohio have nominated their favorite recent books for the Buckeye Children's and Teen Book Awards
BOSTON - The American Library Association (ALA) today announced the top books, video and audio books for children and young adults ; including the Caldecott, Coretta Scott King, and Newbery Awards
The 2015 Buckeye Children's and Teen Book Awards winners have been announced!
Tynker and Scratch help children learn coding and create games, art, music, dance and stories.
Katrina Schwartz has written an interesting article on how librarians can help with brain-based teaching practices. The article explains how the brain works and how educators can use the information to capture students attention and help them become engaged, active learners. This style of teaching asks teachers to step back into a more supportive role.
The Ohio Center for the Book at the Cleveland Public Library sponsors the Letters About Literature contest for Ohio students.
Edudemic has pulled together resources for teachers to help teach internet safety. Digital citizenship is something that can equip students for a lifetime of safe, responsible Internet use.
Scholastic has teacher resources for using the Hunger Games trilogy in the classroom.
Educational games, activities and lesson plans for preschool, pre-k and kindergarten students.
Ink Think Tank has a new feature this fall called the Nonfiction Minute. It will help teachers choose what kind of nonfiction to use in the classroom.
Quick Tips for Schools and Libraries from Booklist highlights information of interest to educators. The current issue gives a sneak peak at Lasting Connections of 2013 l
Would you like to have an author visit your classroom? Kate Messner has a list of authors who are willing to skype with classes and book clubs for free
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What students learn in school is at the forefront of the education reform debates taking place across the U.S. and elsewhere. What do educators and other school stakeholders think are the most important skills?