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Randie’s Pinterest Reading List/Board
Back in May I shared Elissa Malespina’s media-rich, interactive Choices Summer Reading list. She created it for her South Orange (NJ) Middle School readers using Apple’s iBooks Authors. She hosts the list on the Bookry platform and it feels very much like those cool magazine apps we flip through on our tablets.
Randie Groden just shared an alternate simple and elegant approach that she uses with her K-1 readers and their parents.
I work in a K-1 school and decided to make a Pinterest Summer Reading Board. It’s accessible on all devices, it’s visual for the young students with links to authors’ websites, a few book trailers, and other relevant websites. It was just posted it this week and I’ve been getting great feedback from parents and now I have a bunch following me.
It’s so simple you may just want to go back and Pinterize your own existing list. Perhaps create a Board for each grade?
About Joyce Valenza
Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza
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