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Ready to Research! Navigating K-3 Curriculum Objectives

Capstone SLJ WebBanner 550x200 APR13 Ready to Research! Navigating K 3 Curriculum ObjectivesSPONSORED BY: Capstone and School Library Journal
EVENT DATE AND TIME: Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 2:00 – 3:00 PM ET/11:00 AM – 12:00 PM PT

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Common Core State Standards require that we build strong research habits from the earliest grades.  Calls for:
·         Increased exposure to informational text
·         Preparation for the rigors of text-based discussion and evaluation
·         Emphasis on writing, comprehension and collaboration
All point toward the need to begin the habits of good research with our youngest students.

Join a lively presentation and discussion with Cobb County, GA elementary media specialists Ellen Adams and Tina Launey to learn how they are using Capstone’s PebbleGo database to motivate students, master curriculum objectives and prepare their students for a lifetime of learning!

Ellen Adams- Medla Specialist, Fair Oaks Elementary School
Tina Launey- Media Specialist,Belmont Hills Elementary School

Amy Cox- Library Marketing Manager,Capstone

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