In a digital age, you need digital resources and training. Students learn the foundation of literacy by reading and interacting with rich text. Digital platforms allow this to happen whether in the classroom or during virtual learning.
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Feedback & Reviews
Hearing from you helps me know what to create next. Your input drives my decisions because I know that nobody knows the needs of students better than YOU.
“This resource was exactly what my students needed during remote learning! Thank you!”
“I love how the video correlated with the google slides. This was a great distance learning activity for the kindergarteners in my district!”
This resource was perfect for teaching about fables during distance learning. My students really enjoyed the interactive qualities of it.
Times of uncertainty
Who knew it would be this way?
In times like this, when classrooms are practicing social distancing and schools are closing, digital resources and training are needed now more than ever. The Digital Literacy Station Membership was originally meant for classrooms pre-Covid. However, the training provided and the resources available will assist you whether you are in the classroom, utilizing a hybrid program, or virtually teaching from home.
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The Digital Literacy Stations Membership is meant for teachers who need ongoing support. Therefore, our class sizes are limited to provide as much individual attention as possible. By joining the waiting list, you will be notified first when a new class opens!
What Can I Do for You?
My goal is to offer the help and support that you need to foster a love of reading in your students. How can I help you?
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