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Displays for the primary school classroom
(I.N.T.O. [Irish National Teachers Organisation], 2013)
While traditionally, Irish classrooms have displayed examples of published posters and teacher-generated charts on the walls, with changing constructivist methodologies which value the involvement of pupils, further learning ...
Using electronic books to engage young readers
(I.N.T.O. [Irish National Teachers Organisation], 2013-02)
Electronic books offer a fun, interactive, multimedia rich approach to sharing stories with children. Although teaching reading has traditionally focused on using conventional printed books, there is a growing shift ...
Toward a culture of reading: four perspectives
(EERA [Eastern Educational Research Association] / Sage, 2009)
This article discusses four paths toward the development of a culture of reading, from the perspectives of a teacher educator, a librarian, an educational technologist, and a curriculum developer. Together, these individuals ...
Story sacks: an exciting way of bringing books to life!
(I.N.T.O. [Irish National Teachers Organisation], 2007)
The concept of shared reading
(Gulf News, 2005)