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:
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).
Take a break.
Read a book.
Create digital art reading reminders.
60 THINGS STUDENTS CAN CREATE TO DEMONSTRATE WHAT THEY KNOW
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!