“Story telling in its most basic form is a means by which a culture passes onto the next generation what they have found to be useful, to be of value, or to be good. Curriculum can be understood as a certain way of telling a story about the world. By contextualizing units of work within a narrative, lessons become more meaningful, dynamic and engaging for the learner.”—Fraser Douglas Hannam, Charlton Christian College, Director of Teaching and Learning, Australia
In this session, we will be highlighting the access to the high-quality narrative eBook content the Middle/High School eBook Collection provides—from ancient history and biographies, to mathematics, animals, and nature—to engage your readers, or find something for the could-always-read-more-er.
The Infobase’s Middle/High School eBook Collection gives you convenient access to award-winning Facts On File, Chelsea House, Ferguson’s, and Bloom’s imprints easily and to any device with internet access. Easy to use and correlated to all major educational standards, the Middle/High School eBook Collection is a perfect fit for any curriculum and an ideal way to grow your eBook collection.
In this session, you will take away:
—Creative examples supporting engaging narrative ref and discovery content in eBooks.
—Suggestions and tips for bringing these ideas into your lessons.
—A PPT with links to articles and discussion points.
Can’t attend? Register now, and you’ll be emailed a recording of the webinar, after the live session ends, to view at your convenience!
- title: Reference Essentials eBook Series, Part 3: Bringing Narrative Reference eBooks into Your Curriculum
- date: June 23 @ 3:00 pm - June 23 @ 3:30 pm