Blogs and Article Snippets relating to Education, Technology, Etc..

Read Across America Day 2016

NEA’s Read Across America Day is an annual nationwide reading event that celebrated its 19th year last March 2nd 2016 – which also happens to be Dr. Seuss’ Birthday.  Schools, libraries, and community centers across America participate every year in helping to bring children and books together to develop their verbal skills, imagination, knowledge, and …Continue reading


2015 Special Olympics

Our very own CEO of Books En More, Edith Zambrano, volunteered her time and services for the Special Olympics World Games 2015. She got the chance to meet and greet athletes, families, officials, and guests coming from 177 countries around the world.  She was assigned  at the Uytengsu Aquatics Center and the USC Track & …Continue reading


A Review on The CAFE Book: Engaging All Students in Daily Literary Assessment and Instruction

Teachers are always trying to find new ways to engage and progress students in language arts. Through their research and personal experience of teaching, Gail Boushey and Joan Moser have created a simple and effective system to help students of every reading level develop core habits to raise proficiency in reading. Boushey and Moser’s system …Continue reading


A Review on Common Core CPR: What About The Adolescents Who Struggle . . . or Just Don’t Care?

Since the general adoption of the Common Core State Standards Initiative, it has become a roller coaster of triumphs and countless frustrations in the learning community. What was meant to set definite academic goals and create a level playing field, has actually emphasized major intellectual gaps. In some cases, Common Core has achieved exactly what …Continue reading


A Review on Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools

In this day in age, everything is digital and everything is online. This is no different in today’s classrooms. Slowly, but surely, online learning has gained more speed and with that some controversy.  Will online learning takeover the traditional classroom? Can online learning even offer the same interpersonal communication that comes with face-to-face teaching? Furthermore, is …Continue reading

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