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I was so excited to get this little surprise in the mail from my friends at Capstone. They are the PebbleGo Curiosity Cards and as the playing card box says they Spark curiosity and inspire inquiry with 52 distinct questions that can be answered by searching within PebbleGo.
With resources available through Capstone students have access to so many beneficial and engaging learning materials. In addition to the educational content, the learning materials provide students with an opportunity to practice and develop good habits when it comes to using digital tools. Using PebbleGo and PebbleGo Create are excellent ways to help students build essential digital citizenship and digital literacy skills.
Identifying the right ed tech resources for your school district involves multiple steps and processes. To begin, it is always best to include multiple people and offices in the processes to ensure that need, service, added value, and cost are evaluated together.
This fall, students can dive into a wide range of health topics in PebbleGo Next’s interactive reading platform. Today on the blog, we’ll take a look at everything PebbleGo Next Health has to offer, along with some of the reasons why you might incorporate these topics into student reading experiences this school year.
What are the factors to consider in selecting the resources relevant to the educators and students who will use the tool? As you navigate the process of selecting the most relevant ed tech resources for your school or district, it is important that they be effective for the educators and students who will utilize them. There are multiple factors to consider because you want everyone who will use the resources to be happy with the selection.
As the summer draws to a close, it's the perfect opportunity to set the tone for a successful academic year. Let’s explore a few ideas for back-to-school that will help us to kickstart the year.
Is listening to audio a useful piece of literacy education? Does it help students become better readers? Or is it simply a more passive way to consume content, a shortcut that eliminates the work and thus the intellectual exercise and reward of reading? Unsurprisingly, there is a wealth of available research that looks into this very question. Perhaps more surprisingly, it turns out that listening to stories builds literacy skills in most of the same ways reading them does.
As you get ready to start the new school year, are you ready to support your student readers? There are a few strategies to keep in mind as you get ready for the first few weeks of school. In today’s blog post, I have a few back-to-school tips so you can make sure you and your students are set up for success.
How are you supporting student readers this summer? If you’re searching for summer reading activities for elementary students, I have you covered! Today on the blog, we’ll take a look at a collection of resources you can use this summer and share with families.