Digital Learning Day: Recognizing the Power of Technology in Education

Digital Learning is a type of learning that involves the use of technology. Digital Learning Day is the perfect time to celebrate how the use of digital tools can engage students and empower educators. We’ve put together a list of ideas you can use to celebrate:  Technology Based Scavenger Hunt: Plan a scavenger hunt in your school or classroom using […]

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March Must Read List

Are you looking for some fun and entertaining books for your students this month? If so, you’re in luck! We’ve put together a list of 10 eBooks that can help your students to stay engaged and get excited about reading. This list includes something for everyone, so sit back and enjoy our March Must Read List! This year, Ramadan begins […]

eBooks: 5 Reasons Why They’re Great for Students

1. They help encourage a love for reading. eBooks can be fun and interactive, helping to bring books to life. Rather than reading stagnant text, some eBooks include dynamic text that moves as the narrator reads. eBooks often include multimedia content such as videos and interactive illustrations which enhance reading experiences. With these features, students can stay engaged and foster […]

February Must Read List

Woah, it’s February already?! It is the month to celebrate black history, women and girls in science, a safer internet for students and much more. Here are 10 eBooks you can find on Fathom Reads to facilitate learning and teaching this month:  This book is ideal for early readers as they learn about American holidays. Take advantage of the reading […]

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5 Ways EdTech Benefits Students

In the most recent years, education technology has established a prominent presence in classrooms and continues to be at the forefront of learning. It is transforming learning as we know it today and offers many benefits to both students and educators. Here are five of our favorite ways EdTech can benefit students: 1. Personalized Learning Opportunities  It is well known […]

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Shark Awareness Day July 14

Sharks… just the word may evoke fear in some. The reality is that one is more likely to be hit by lightning than be attacked by a shark.   There are over 500 species of sharks that play important roles in the balance needed for healthy oceans. Some sharks are at the top of the ocean food web keeping marine […]

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3 Ways Literature Helps in Language Learning

Learning another language is a highly beneficial initiative, especially among young students who are typically still forming cognitively and emotionally. Language experts have even come to determine that learning a language can improve brain function, create academic advantages, and foster compassion. But learning a language isn’t always an easy feat. For many students it can even come off more like […]

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Meeting Students’ Hierarchy of Needs in a Pandemic

As schools across the country are once again facing difficulties with COVID including staff shortages, sickness, and even school closures; it is a good time to remind ourselves of the many needs children have and how we can address those needs. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs reminds us of the critical needs our children must meet before they can be successful […]

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Finding the Perfect ESL Resources for Your Teaching Philosophy

Many English language learners are starting well behind their peers with vocabulary. Finding resources to help bring them up to speed in the classroom is a daunting task for administrators.

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Fathom will Change the Way Children Read, Learn, and Collaborate

Schools and families are looking for effective and cost-efficient ways to get books into the hands of students to improve reading skills and help offset learning loss from disruptions due to ongoing pandemic restrictions. Fathom launches today with over 1,200 English titles from 11 U.S. publishers and offers content to support independent reading, language learning, history, math, and science.

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