• National Poetry Month 2024

    Here are some ideas to help you celebrate National Poetry Month. Celebrate Poem in Your… Read More

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    ELL Courses with Guest Presenter Beth Skelton

    Beth Skelton is an international presenter, coach and consultant who will be leading professional learning sessions over two days this April. Registration is open for the… Read More

  • Students Who Loved “Because of Winn-Dixie” Should Check Out These Titles

    If your students loved Because of Winn-Dixie, check out some recommended Boxed Book set titles below. Read More

  • New Book Sets Available, January 2024

    Our Boxed Book collection has an upgrade! Staff this fall worked to transfer the Boxed Book collection into longer-lasting blue totes, update labels with cover… Read More

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    New VOX Books at GWAEA

    The GWAEA Media Library now has Vox Books in the ELL Collection. You may ask, what is a Vox Book? The permanently attached… Read More

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    Understanding Dyslexia: Myths, Facts and Implications for Instruction

    This course will provide participants an understanding of what dyslexia is and matching assessment and instruction to this learner profile. Participants will learn how… Read More

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    Celebrate Poetry Month 2023 with GWAEA Resources!

    April is both National Library Month AND National Poetry Month! Celebrate in style with these recommendations from the Grant Wood AEA Media Library staff!… Read More

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    Women’s History Month 2023 Media Library Recommendations

    Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories is the theme of this year's Women's History Month. TeachingBooks.net has… Read More

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    Virtual Author Visit with Katie Petruzziello

    This is a concluding event that wraps up our Deaf and Hard of Hearing Read Across America Celebration! Wednesday, March 8, 2023 at 9:30 a.m. Read More

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    Leveraging Writing to Unleash Student Potential

    Writing instruction that focuses heavily on formulas or frameworks may inadvertently cause the quality of students’ writing to decline. The more that students are taught… Read More