Making Curriculum Pop

Do you have an innovative story about how you use ReadWriteThink.org in  your classroom? Do you find that your students are more fully engaged  and motivated because of
ReadWriteThink’s resources? Would you like to  share your story for a
stipend?

 

ReadWriteThink.org is looking for Community  Stories. Community Stories highlight the innovative and 
inspirational stories of how real users are implementing ReadWriteThink 
materials in the classroom.

 

Community  Stories submissions should include a short story (300-400 words) about  how any aspect of ReadWriteThink, IRA, NCTE, or a combination of the  three has helped your life and
career; some of your favorite tools on  the site; and specific tips on
how to use ReadWriteThink materials in  the classroom. Multimedia
materials (photos, videos, etc.) that display  learning in action are
strongly encouraged.

 

To submit your  entry, complete the Share  Your Story form . We will work with story submittors and the stories will be published on  ReadWriteThink.org.

 

Please contact us with any questions. We look forward to reading your story!

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