Colette Cassinelli's visionary use of information literacy and educational technology

YA Literature

ISTE 2012 – Got Books? poster session

ISTE 2012 – Got Books? poster session

  Reach your upper elementary or teen audience with creative ways that promote reading and Children’s / Young Adult literature using free or open-source technology tools Got Books? website

Wanted:  Ideas for ISTE11 poster session

Wanted: Ideas for ISTE11 poster session

Hello Librarians and Tech-loving teachers. I would love to include your ideas and examples during my poster session at ISTE 2011. Please fill out this form with your ideas for how you use technology to promote reading and YA literature. I will combine all of […]

Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi

Ship Breaker by Paolo Bacigalupi

Ship Breaker By Paolo Bacigalupi ISBN: 9780316056212 Published by: Little Brown Books for Young Readers, 2010 Genre: Juvenile Fiction Literature Circle Unit description with goals The Literature Circle unit is geared towards eighth grade students who are reading Ship Breaker (2010) by Paolo Bacigalupi.  This […]

Using QR codes in the classroom

Using QR codes in the classroom

Tom Barrett has another “Interesting Ways” collaborative presentation in the works.  This one is about using QR codes in the classroom.  Mine is tip is #5:  Using QR codes to promote school events.  View the presentation at:  https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_765hsdw5xcr or help out and add your own […]

Nominate your TOP TEN Young Adult books by 10-10-10

Nominate your TOP TEN Young Adult books by 10-10-10

Join a collaborative project.  Go to: http://10-10-10.wikispaces.com/ Get Involved: This wiki is open to anyone who loves YA books. You don’t have to be a teacher-librarian to share your love of reading! Choose a theme: You can recommend your TOP TEN YA books of all time, […]