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Teacher Resources

Teacher Resources

BookFlix is a digital literacy resource that pairs animated stories with best-selling nonfiction eBooks in order to:

  • Build early literacy skills and vocabulary

  • Strengthen fluency

  • Support reading comprehension and oral language gains

  • Build real world knowledge

  • Teach beginning readers to differentiate fiction from nonfiction

Provides access to information from journals included in the Current Index of Journals in Education and Resources in Education Index. More than a million records and links to hundreds of thousands of full-text documents from ERIC back to 1966.

  • Full text for more than 500 high-quality education journals including: Booklist

  • Education

  • Education Digest

  • Education Week

  • Educational Leadership

  • High School Journal

  • Journal of Education

  • Journal of Educational Research

  • Phi Delta Kappan

  • Reading Teacher

  • School Library Journal

  • And many others!

  • Primary, middle and high school levels

  • Offers relevant lesson plans, support materials and professional development resources

    • STEM Lessons​

    • Geometry

    • American History

  • Student Tools​

    • Scavenger Hunt for primary schools​, secondary schools

    • Engineer Girl (middle school)

  • Curriculum Standards Module to help educators in the U.S. and Canada correlate content quickly and easily to Common Core, state or provincial curriculum standard

  • Google Classroom integration, allowing educators to quickly share content with students

Provides indexing and abstracts for 280 peer-reviewed journals. Subjects include:

  • Assessment, Best Practices

  • Continuing Education

  • Current Pedagogical Research

  • Curriculum Developmen

  • Elementary Education

  • Higher Education

  • Instructional Media

  • Language Arts

  • Literacy Standards

  • School Administration

  • Science & Mathematics

  • Teacher Education

Explora, MAS Ultra and Non-fiction High School Book Collection are provided by the State of Connecticut and are available to any Connecticut resident with a current library card.  To use these resources you must login using your current library card number.

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