Digital Teaching and Learning Consultant
Follett School Solutions, McHenry, IL+Follow on Follett Community
This webinar questions how we as educators prepare our “digital natives” to be “digital researchers.” Our specific focus will be on the use of non-fiction eBooks and accompanying active reading tools as well as digital notebooks to address some of the common challenges presented by digital research.
John Williams shares how eBooks can be used as a tool for close reading.
Go on a (surprising) tour of texts suggested by the Common Core State Standards. Learn the types of texts required, how to think about application of the text types for a variety of classroom situations.
Explore new ways of reaching kids with digital content delivery systems.
Ann Fondren and Mitch Coulter highlight eBook tools, tactics to meet standards, and examples of best practices, especially for kids who struggle.
Have the flexibility you need to keep students reading in the classroom, the media center or at home with Follett eBooks
Follett’s curriculum alignment experts helped educators at Patrick Marsh Middle School inspire creativity and critical thought in their students
Follett Classroom Connections is a digital learning platform that allows for lesson-based interactions between teachers and students within Follett eBooks.
West Allis - West Milwaukee School District partners with Follett to create an engaging digital learning environment with access to Follett eBooks and other digital resources.
Three years ago, we helped Hoover Elementary School in Wisconsin set up a 1:1 program centered on Follett digital content - revisit this initiative and see progress in action.
Engage students in literature like never before with Follett eBooks - featuring more than 300,000 titles from all of the top K-12 publishers.