2014 ARCHIVE

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A Baker’s Dozen Picture Books for Any Level
Chromebook Integration in Third-, Fourth-, and Fifth-Grade Classrooms
Five Questions With…Eugene Yelchin (Breaking Stalin’s Nose)
“Restorying” Students With Negative Reputations Through Literacy
Authors and Educators Team Up to Put Books to Work
Living in the Land of “What If…?”
Reading and Language Arts Tools for Child Victims
Book Reviews: Reading on the Run
From My Garden: A Systems Thinking Approach to Reading Instruction
Five Questions With...Anna Myers (Tumbleweed Baby)
Getting the Answers Past Your Eyes
Diverse Books Means Literature for All
Hazy, Lazy, Crazy Days of Summer, Part II
Five Questions With… Tommy Greenwald (Katie Friedman Gives Up Texting! (And Lives To Tell About It.))
Inviting Digital Inquiry
A Central Space, A Central Place for All Things ILA
Quiet! Teacher in Progress: The Quest for Zen
Unlocking the Potential of Primary Sources
Remembering Kent Williamson
In Memoriam: Kent Williamson, Emeritus Executive Director, NCTE
#ILAchat: Technology and Comprehension
Those Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer
Five Questions With…Jessica Day George (Silver in the Blood)
Addressing the CCSS for Kindergarten in Developmentally Appropriate Ways, Part Two
Workshops Work for the Common Core
Deterring Shame in Reading Instruction
School Turnaround Advocate Joins ILA 2015 General Session
Five Questions With…Jennifer Richard Jacobson (Paper Things)
How Laptops Affect Student Learning
Addressing the CCSS for Kindergarten in Developmentally Appropriate Ways, Part I
Annual Conference Join Us! What's New in Literacy Teaching? Resource Catalog