“Unwind” by Neal Shusterman is the March DENbrarian book selection. Visit the DENbrarian Pinterest and Facebook pages for information and great resources related to young adult literature.
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Why Schools Should Encourage Students to Become Builders and Makers -Monique Liles Building Learning Spaces: There are many platforms for students to build and engage in transformational play that will enhance critical skills needed for the global 21st century economy. Students are building and making a variety of objects from 3d worlds such as Minecraft,,
HUZZZAH and welcome Ye Lords and Ladies, and anyone who has even an inkling for FUN, festivities, and edutainment to the first DENaissance Faire. Embrace your imagination for a spectacular day of learning from and with artisans, story tellers, courtiers, alchemists, fortune tellers, and musicians. Bridge time and talent as we weave together traditional
Our February YA book and review is brought to you by Guest DENbrarian** Carole Romeiser! Shadow by Michael Morpurgo At age 14, Matt is desperate to help his best friend, Aman. Aman has been seeking asylum in England since age 6, and now, along with his mother, is being held at Yarl‘s Wood immigration removal
Hi DENbrarians or potential DENbrarians (or folks who love to read…) All are welcome read great YA titles with us, sign up to pin with us, follow us on Facebook, or even volunteer to pick the book for a month. Here are the links you’ll need to get started or to update your information in
To start off 2014 we’re giving you the gift of TIME. That’s MORE TIME to register for the Belk Service Learning Challenge for a chance to win student scholarships and teacher prizes! The deadline to submit your application has extended and is now February 28, 2014. Don’t forget, all you need is a good
This month’s selection is brought to you by guest DENbrarian Donna Miller! Donna is a Library Teacher at Prescott/OldhamElementary Schools in Norwood, MA. Discovery’s DENbrarians are getting their YA “book on” every month! Wanna join us? We’re looking for Media Specialists who would like to select the book for the monthly DENbrarian YA Book Club!
Affordable 3D printing at your fingertips from 3Doodler, the world’s first 3D printing pen! Ink is released from the pen, hardening into a solid design very quickly. Visit the 3Doodler blog for more information about this product, and to pre-order for $99.00. http://www.the3doodler.com/about-us/ Free stencils are available on the “teach” link. What will your students
Need a way to provide a visual to your students to help them maintain appropriate noise level during activities in the classroom? Try Bouncy Balls! This fun website is free, and has a built in microphone that is sensitive enough to reach the back of a large classroom. It detects shuffling feet, chair movement,