Melissa Jacobs, director of library services for New York City’s Department of Education, shares tips for encouraging literacy and improving equity with digital books.
For a new study, researchers looked at 26 previous studies and a total of 25,090 students and found that differences in reading comprehension could explain 8.4 percent of the variation seen in college grades.
Parents and teachers can get students to read for fun by encouraging them to choose what they read or listen to and by helping them build other positive reading habits
Kids and adults learned a similar amount if they read text or had it read to them, according to new research.
Audiobooks have grown increasingly popular but some educators are still hesitant to encourage their use. This may be a mistake.
The more you read, the more you know - summer reading recommendations for students and teachers from Melissa Jacobs, NYC DOE Director of Library Services
Readorium is a website offering a virtual science library with books and activities that focus on building students reading comprehension and science knowledge.
National Geographic Learning has partnered with not-for-profit assessment organization NWEA to help teachers assess student proficiency and personalize learning paths across K-12 reading instruction.
Students in Georgia’s Muscogee County School District take ownership of their learning through a strategic rollout of differentiated instruction and personalized learning.
Cambium Learning Group’s Voyager Sopris Learning today announced that LETRS has earned accreditation from the International Dyslexia Association.
Not only can students create stories about any topic, but they also have the opportunity to be published authors which motivates many to continue reading and writing.
Curriculet is an easy-to-navigate e-reading platform that lets teachers assign a variety of fiction, nonfiction, and news texts to their students.
A balance between technology and one-on-one instruction ignites special ed students’ love for reading.