Charlene Aldrich, retired literacy instructor, shares the partnership teachers and librarians can cultivate within their school buildings to support literacy instruction.Read more "For the love of literacy"
Amanda Harris, a South Carolina High School Media Specialist, explains the role the school library can play in school-wide literacy instruction.Read more "We Need S’More Literacy from the Library!"
Kelley Rider, a South Carolina School Librarian explores the ways teachers and librarians can work together to create meaningful learning experiences for students.Read more "The School Librarian and You"
Betty Bouton, a South Carolina teacher-librarian, explores the ways in which collaboration between librarians and classroom teachers can enhance literacy instruction in school buildings.Read more "Who Needs a “Media Specialist” When Google’s Got It All?"
Cynthia Johnson, a SC media specialist, explores the unique position media specialists hold and how they can support classroom teachers in helping students and schools reach their literacy goals.Read more "In the Middle of It All"
South Carolina Media Specialists, Tamara Cox and Pamela Williams, provide benefits of media specialist and teacher partnerships. They also provide explicit ways media specialists can support school literacy goals.Read more "School Librarians: Your Literacy Partners"
Hannah Kottraba, a SC teacher, discusses how she used digital literacy to increase student and parent engagement and participation in an instructional unit.Read more "Breaking the Mold: Using Digital Literacy Outside the Traditional Classroom"
Dr. Todd Lilly illustrates the meaning and significance of New Literacies.Read more "New Literacy Studies: For What It’s Worth…"
Scott Buhr, a South Carolina teacher, shares his experiences transitioning to eLearning and the way in which being a digital native has shaped the way he implements new literacies in the classroom.Read more "Quaranteaching: We’re Not In Kansas Anymore"
SC teacher Elinor Lister provides ways that teachers can create engaging and meaningful ways for teachers across content areas to implement reading and writing in the classroom.Read more "Do I Really Have To Read and Write?"