21 November 2015

Reading Resource for Young Learners


via GIPHY

November is a month dedicated to writing, but I have always questioned writing skills if students don't have reading habits as well. With all the digital temptations, how does one encourage reading?


BiblioNasium  is a reading space for young learners, a space where both parents and educators may find resources for fostering reading among a younger audience. 

Once you sign up, you will be presented with options, as you can see below:




A rich resource for both educators and students, making
reading in class different,  more contemporary and more engaging. 


Another approach to making reading more meaningful, is for learners to use Skitch (also available for Android). 

After reading a short story or chapter, learners take a photo, write something related to the image and what they read, then share their Skitch to their class blog or LMS (or even to a Padlet). 







Reading. 

Take a break. 

Read a book. 

Create digital art reading reminders. 






Further Suggestions:

60 THINGS STUDENTS CAN CREATE TO DEMONSTRATE WHAT THEY KNOW


NOTE:

I'd like to thank Enzo Pesce for the image above which I mashed up. Enzo Pesce shares beautiful, thought-provoking images on a daily basis.  An artistic mind to connect with and follow! 

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