Category: Publishing

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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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Are you ready for Be An Author Month? (March)

March is #BeAnAuthor month – here are a plethora of ideas and resources to help you along! Download our ‘Reading Pack’ and learn what the SECRET SAUCE is for getting your students engaged in reading and writing.
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Hopes for the New Year project – the BIG reveal

Our 2-month Hopes project has come to an end so now we can share the beautiful books from across the world.
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Engage and inspire your students as they head into 2022

We are pleased to bring you this exciting new project which will help spread some positivity heading into 2022…
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Engaging reluctant readers & writers with Book Creator!

Mira Campbell is here with some tips on how to motivate your students regardless of their individual learning needs.
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Why should I “market” my book as a teacher?

Marketing your Book Creator book is a great way to tell the story of your classroom, create a professional presence, and share ideas that help elevate educators everywhere.
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Want to get your students excited about writing?

Engaging students in writing can be a challenge. Christine Leeman is here with ideas on how to overcome this.
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How we kept students and parents engaged in remote learning

Although the pandemic brought its challenges, it was also a time to learn new things. Hear how a primary teacher used Book Creator to develop “fractured fairy tales” to motivate her remote students and engage parents.
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Why publishing for social good will help your students connect learning to the real world

Michael Hernandez has some ideas to share about creating assignments that give students a wider purpose for learning.
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Workbooks with Book Creator

Some thoughts from Michael Hernandez on how we can make lessons more tailored and interactive with supercharged workbooks.
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