Biblionasium is a social network that allows students to log books, review them, and share or recommend them to fellow kid readers.
Kids visit "reading islands" that organize books by theme (animals, awesome people, and more) and choose books to download to their "backpacks."
While click-bate headlines love to scare parents and educators about the risks of screen time, it’s not that simple.
Whether for whole- or small-group instruction, or independent reading, each bundled library has been carefully created by Follett’s team of K-12 master’s-level educators with high-interest nonfiction and fiction texts and age level-appropriate texts.
“This program is extremely engaging and interactive for each student,” said Brittany, a 2nd-grade teacher in Utah who used an early version of Amplify Reading.
Rooted in research licensed from Carnegie Mellon University, Amira employs AI to recognize children’s speech, conduct curriculum-based measurement, and recommend resources.
Scholastic has announced a suite of digital solutions designed to support PreK–6 literacy instruction.
Findings from a new study suggest that Raz-Plus® is an effective supplemental resource to improve elementary students’ reading achievement and interest
Follett has introduced Follett Genre Solutions to help librarians and media specialists seeking to make the transition from the Dewey Decimal System to a more bookstore-like layout.
Each book is brought to life through the narration of a member of the Screen Actor’s Guild and illustrations from the book.
Accelerated Reader 360 is an e-reader platform (with an iOS app version) that helps students develop their independent reading and instructional reading skills.