Volume 38, No. 2
Pilgrims in a foreign land: Teachers using graphic novels as classroom texts
Dr Di Laycock explores the experiences of teachers as they implement graphic novels into the classroom and highlights challenges they faced in teaching with graphic novels.
Read the article, Pilgrims in a foreign land: Teachers using graphic novels as classroom texts by Dr Di Laycock
Investigative learning – our journey at Balmain Public School
Ariana Davis (Assistant Principal) and Sophie Parsons (teacher) explain the many benefits of investigative learning in Early Stage 1 and beyond at Balmain Public School, and offer advice for creating investigative learning environments.
Read the article, Investigative learning – our journey at Balmain Public School by Ariana Davis and Sophie Parsons.
Make a difference (MaD) – spotlight on teacher librarians
Three teacher librarians share insights into their professional practice, learning spaces and library initiatives, and explain how this can make a difference to student learning and engagement.
View Make a difference (MaD) – spotlight on teacher librarians, with contributions from Amber Sorensen (Murder in the Library), Jan Poona (mentoring) and Tracy Dawson (genrefying nonfiction).
Resource reviews database
The searchable database of resource reviews provides teachers with reviews of picture books, fiction, nonfiction, websites and apps to support their teaching and learning programs. Resources are reviewed by teacher librarians, teachers and consultants across NSW.
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