The Book Creator blog

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Little Things Make You Better

Long-time Book Creator fan Rushton Hurley is offering a free mini-course to teachers to support them in developing their skills as an educator.
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How a Kindergarten teacher built classroom community in a virtual learning space

The switch to virtual learning came with various benefits. Hear how a Kindergarten class used Book Creator to interact with one another and capture learning.
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Our top tips for ISTELive 22

ISTELive is back and in-person for 2022! Find out how you can meet the Book Creator team, experience live demos with special guests, enter our exclusive giveaways and more.
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Reimagining Science Lab Notebooks

By creating science notebooks, your students can demonstrate performance aligned to science standards, in a way that engages them. Learn how…
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Partner Spotlight: Newton County School System

Newton County Schools, Georgia is leveling up SAMR and driving student engagement with Book Creator.
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How to integrate storytelling as design thinking in your classroom

Apply the design thinking process to storytelling to engage and challenge your students. Here’s how.
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It’s Teacher Appreciation Week – let’s thank teachers

Teacher Appreciation Week is 2-6 May. Spread some love with one of our card templates and enter our giveaway to win an exclusive Book Creator swag bag.
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NYSED Computer Science and Digital Fluency Standards books

Hear from Laurie Guyon about the NYSED Computer Science and Digital Fluency standards and why she chose Book Creator to create her learning resources.
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Storytelling as assessment

Michael Hernandez has some thoughts on the benefits of allowing digital storytelling to form the basis of student assessments.
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Sixth-graders write children’s stories for a special audience

Bringing stories to life using Book Creator at Harpeth Hall School in Nashville.
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