This post explores the role of the classroom library, particularly for the interactiveness of traditional books and the incidental benefits of browsing and sharing books.
In this post, we consider the power of sorting teaching resources, particularly children’s books, into categories.
This post offers the pros and cons of four different structures for organizing a classroom, or even a personal, library. Some are traditional and others adventurous.
With this Thursday Thought we revisit an earlier post, which presented a new way to look at a personal library. Rather than feeling guilty about collecting books we suggest that readers collect them intentionally.