Woodie Guthrie, Henry Thoreau, Albert Einstein, and others star in these biographies in graphic novel format.
Designed to make starting a maker space quicker and easier, the pre-packaged supplies are specific to grade levels.
The results of the nation’s first Technology and Engineering Literacy (TEL) student assessment are in, and here’s what they reveal.
Science gets a rap beat in “Mental Abnormalities,” a student’s adaptation of the musical’s opening number.
Artistic remix influences kids’ creativity on almost every level. Here’s how, and why you need to understand it.
The boys in Karen Yingling’s library balked at reading so-called “girl” books until she enlisted some eighth grade helpers who challenged gender assumptions during “Boys Read Pink” month.
Researchers who interviewed fan fiction writers revealed how mentorship in the fanfic community can improve young people’s writing—and their outlook.
“Free Verse” author Sarah Dooley has been leading a writing group at a West Virginia public library for six years.
Check out these different models for school librarian-led summer learning initiatives, with or without grants and public library partners.
In his most recent book, The Typewriter, Bill Thomson delivers another visual adventure celebrating the power of the imagination. Here are some suggestions for using it in the classroom.
We’re in the midst of a writing revolution, fueled by arguably the greatest open communication tool ever invented—the Internet. Check out these web writing resources for students. What are your favorites?
Inspired by the record-breaking Broadway musical, this librarian gets kids rapping, listening, and learning American history.
Librarians in a Knoxville, TN school district got a grant to build four maker space carts that rotate among schools. Find out what they bought and why.
A lot of imagination, a little elbow grease, and the right tools can yield dramatic results like these.
This article was published in School Library Journal's April 2016 issue. Subscribe today and save up to 35% off the regular subscription rate.