Love at first page? It exists, but most students need guidance to find the right read.
In an effort to cultivate a passion for reading and provide more access to books, educators are increasingly creating digital libraries for their students, writes Kathleen Palmieri, a middle school teacher for MiddleWeb.
Using a variety of techniques, educators are encouraging students to read by connecting them to new, easy-to-access books that match their interests and mirror their identities. “It’s important to tap into students’ interests, and incorporating fun ways to build a reading life using technology is a definite path to achieving these goals,” writes Palmieri.
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