The pupils all strongly opposed the current dominant structure where the pupils receive information and “knowledge” from the teacher in the form of a passive recipient. They valued the role of the teacher but suggested that it would be more for effective if the teacher also considered their points of view…
Reading should be fun, but for many children, it’s just a chore. Yet, as parents or educators, we have a
Rosco’s Reading Room is looking for guest posts related to children’s books. Bloggers, authors, educators, and readers are all welcome
I’ve got a great giveaway to share with you, folks. Today, I’m hosting author Carole P. Roman, in partnership with The Children’s Book Review, as she makes the rounds on her holiday prize pack blog tour. She’ll be giving away a full set of the 22 books in her ‘If You Were Me and Lived In…’ series, autographed, along with a $100 Amazon gift card!
Today’s list is about inventions throughout recent history of things that matter to kids, from the crayon to the ferris
Summer vacation has just begun at our house and so has what I like to call the overplaying-of-video-games season. This
Please welcome Lisa Mullan–UK scientist, teacher, and children’s book author of two exciting educational series about the science of DNA.
My guest today is Australian children’s author and Indie Kidlit Podcast co-host, the lovely Elena Paige. I was quite excited
One day Brooke Trevett, a 10-year-old living in Oswego County, New York, was clearing out her personal library of
Please welcome New Zealand author, guest blogger, and creative writing teacher, Helen Vivienne Fletcher, as she discusses ways to help