- — Mrs. Talbot (@LibraryUnder205)Mon, May 19 2014 00:02:01the public library is a mile away from our elem. school Should we send books home during the summer @donalybooks #nctechat
- — Michelle Lampinen (@MichLampinen)Mon, May 19 2014 00:02:18
- — Kelly Gallagher (@KellyGToGo)Mon, May 19 2014 00:02:54A1: My concern: advanced readers are asked to read in the summer. Readers who have fallen behind are often ignored. #nctechat
- — Talks with Teachers (@TalksWTeachers)Mon, May 19 2014 00:03:12Brian from NY. I teach AP Lit and am the host of the Talks with Teachers podcast. Good evening everyone. #nctechat
- — Sarah Mulhern Gross (@thereadingzone)Mon, May 19 2014 00:03:27A1: My own summer rding exp. were full of mandated, old books and tests upon the return to school. I make sure NOT to do that! #nctechat
May 2014 #nctechat: The Sweet Spot of Summer Reading
Guest hosts Donalyn Miller and Kelly Gallagher led a discussion on the importance of pleasure and growth in students' and teachers' summer reading lives.
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