This post is part of the #EdublogsClub – a group of educators and edtech enthusiasts that blog around a common theme each week. Simply write a post and share it to join in, or sign up to receive email reminders of each new prompt.
We can go twice as high when we not only read but share what we’re reading with others. This week, we focus on books we love and want others to love as much.
Prompt: Write a post about a book, books, and/or reading!
Here are some possible topics to help get you started:
- What has been the book that most impacted you or your teaching? Why?
- Share the story of a time when students responded in a positive way to a book used in class.
- Share your favorite book about teaching that’s helped change your approach to the classroom.
- Create a reading list for other teachers either to use with students or for themselves.
- What books do you wish you had time to read and why?
Happy blogging! And happy reading!
12 thoughts on “Take a Look, It’s In a Book – #EdublogsClub Prompt 21”
I’m glad to share the book I’m reading: “The Natural Laws of the Child” by Céline Alvarez.
And I keep reading great posts, no matter how late I am.
Thanks for sharing, Ines. I look forward to checking out your reflections!
These prompts are good for my soul 🙂
Once again there is a lot I can relate to here. I encourage others to check it out!
Well, it’s taken a bit of time (I’m taking 3 online courses this summer!) but I finally finished my blog post for this topic. I hope you enjoy “Looking Back @ Books: Read-Alouds & Free Reading.”
Anything is Possible by Cosentino, outlines the Australian Magician’s pursuit of his dream. His story outlines some of the things needed for success, provides links to education and raises the question, “how far is too far?” in pursuing and supporting the pursuit of a dream.
Thanks for sharing..
Books with memories https://readersbeadvised.wordpress.com/2017/05/29/books-with-memories/
Thanks for sharing, Alicia. I’m of ‘the Vietnam era’ so “The Things They Carried” is also on my bookshelf, and you made Deathwatch sound so good, I just ordered it for my Kindle!!
A review of a review of my reviews using Aweome Table http://readwriterespond.com/?p=3311
Very cool review displays and very cool app to share! I can’t wait to try it!
Macondo, Moomins, plays and zines https://blogs.brighton.ac.uk/nina/2017/05/23/reading/