Imagine (gasp) an ORGANIZED classroom library just the way you have always dreamed it could be.
Picture all your students cheering for books, especially your struggling readers.
Want to make every student fall in love with the magic of reading?
Join us as Courtney shares not only her reading expertise, but also strategies to successfully guide reading instruction in your classroom.
Courtney is a teacher blogger at http://ramonarecommends.blogspot.com. She holds both a Masters Degree in Reading Education and has her Reading Specialist Certification.
Not to mention she has over 1,200 children's books sitting in her office. This teacher know her stuff!
After listening to the podcast, Courtney and I would love to hear from you.
What children's books made YOU fall in love with reading?
Courtney and I can't wait to read what your special books are in the comments below.
Think about the amazing list of books we could generate if everyone answered.
Looking forward to hearing from you,
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