It’s Digital Citizenship Week

Meet Digital Literacy Needs with Gale eBooks! | By Traci Cothran | Digital literacy is more important now than ever. Whether students are learning virtually, in person, or a hybrid model of the two, knowing how to use information and technology to teach effectively—and for students to learn effectively—is critical during this pandemic. And that’s … Read more

The Age of Cyberbullying – Is Your School Community Prepared?

| By Christine Schneider, K12 eResources Curriculum Specialist | Modified from an article first published in the MAME (Michigan Association for Media in Education) Newsletter. What can schools and parents do to address cyberbullying issues? Are you prepared to bring bullying awareness to your community? As a content specialist at Gale, a Cengage company, I … Read more

Explore Tough Conversations and Life-Altering Journeys

| By Thorndike Staff | 2020 – it’s been something. A year that asked us to mask up and isolate while simultaneously demanding we open ourselves up to long-simmering issues in urgent need of attention and action. Rather than become weary with the contrasts from isolation to involvement, readers seek insightful resources that will both … Read more

Booklist Webinar: Literacy Development: How to Avoid COVID Slide & Digital Divide Pitfalls

| By Gale Staff | Looking for a simple and proven way to build confidence, stamina, and literacy outcomes for struggling readers? How about a format that addresses the equity challenges at the forefront of our minds in the current COVID-slide reality? In this lively program, Booklist and Thorndike Press, from Gale, a Cengage company, … Read more

Discover More About Recent Enhancements to Miss Humblebee’s Academy

| By Gale Staff | Tap into the natural excitement and curiosity of children ages three to six with a fun and interactive learning solution, Miss Humblebee’s Academy. Recent enhancements and new features provide online and offline opportunities to prepare young learners for kindergarten proficiency while introducing key concepts in math, science and social studies, … Read more

Social Justice in Education

| By Christine Estrada, librarian, Crockett Middle School & April Richmond, dean of students, Lamar Middle School | Book Study/PLN Twitter Tweet – “I would love it if we did a book study on STAMPED.”[email protected], May29, 2020 I saw this post by April Richmond, a fellow educator in Irving Independent School District (ISD), on my … Read more