30 Mar, 2017
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TIPS & HOW TO
R & D IN LITERACY
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DIGITAL RESOURCES AND PUBLICATIONS
TIPS & HOW TO
TIPS & HOW TO
Tips to use screens as instruments to promote reading
Children and young people feel comfortable managing multiple technology devices, communication channels and access to a universe of leisure and knowledge in which we can also incorporate reading as a natural option of entertainment.
Once Upon a Time (and Twice, and Thrice…)
Oral narration is an ancestral habit that has enriched popular culture enormously and has brought characters that have nourished imagination during many generations, to the present.
10 Tips: Organising Computers in School
Fundación Germán Sánchez Ruipérez’s Centro del Conocimiento de Tecnologías Aplicadas a la Educación has created ‘Decálogos prácticos de uso de las TIC’, or Basic Rules for IT Lessons. This is now available to teachers, researchers, students, parents and students of education centres. This rulebook is divided into three theme-based blocks: The Basics, In the Classroom, At Home, and they contain advice extracted from experience and focus on an appropriate, logical, useful and secure use of computers.
Keys to Recognise and Evaluate Realist Novels for Children and Young Readers
The realist novel presents an approximation to reality through its themes, characters and narrative techniques. The focus of the realist’s treatment can be more intimate, centred on daily life or conflicts between characters, or it can shift to a social collective, with a descriptive or critical approach.
Tips to Liven Up the Loans Service
In libraries direct relation with the customer is key and, within this framework, the recommendation of quality readings is one of the most important and valued functions of a librarian. To carry out their function effectively, librarians must know their resources well and especially, know the user.
Tips to Debate in Schools and Libraries
In every day life discussion is a common practise. Sharing opinions in debates allows us to express our reasoning and reach the fairest and most logical conclusion. Debates in libraries and schools are a great way to rehearse arguments, to express, hear and contrast opinions on subjects that interest the participants, whether they are part of the curriculum or not; it is also very useful to deepen and reconcile evaluations on the subjects debated.
Internet at home: Basic tips to use the Internet with toddlers
Internet is a very interesting new way of learning, communicating, socialising and reading, for the youngest members of our society. But how does it work with life lessons? Doubts arise at the beginning: how and when do I initiate my child? Opinions such as: ‘let him discover it as late as possible…it will be better’, ‘there are too many dangers and the youngest are the more vulnerable’…these opinions on the Internet, far from preventing, take away time and energy from being able to teach children to use it critically and reasonably.
Use Games to Educate and Encourage Reading
Sign and oral languages form the first contact between a baby and the outside world. This generally happens in a playful manner, thus linking games to learning and reading very early on. Nevertheless, this strategy attracts and works on all ages.
Make the Most of IT in Children’s Libraries
Where library services in general are concerned, libraries for children and young people have been the most active in renovating and innovating spaces and services. These libraries try to provide models that adapt, at any moment, to the needs and expectations of different users (teenagers, children, families, school groups).
Tips to Start Up a Book Club
The last half-century has seen book clubs become essential elements of children and young peoples’ libraries. We live in a time that has many different tools at its disposal to revitalise this activity, taking advantage of everything that happens around us to favour its development and strengthen its more attractive qualities.
R & D IN LITERACY
Google and Pinterest gain ground on Facebook as social identities
The impact of the dehumanisation of Big Data in public policies
Legal victory for Google over authors in the creation of digital libraries
Growing piracy rates hinder the ebook’s progress in Russia
Michael Krüger: Close to good books
With all the permits, Random House and Penguin complete the fusion
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