Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Featured 7-15-2014: Biblionasium

Designed to engage, encourage, and excite young people about reading, BiblioNasium is a free, social network for children in elementary and middle school.
BiblioNasium 1
BiblioNasium includes the tools to function as a literacy partner, helping teachers efficiently develop and propel an effective, challenging, independent reading program.
Differentiate reading programs to meet students' individual needs by monitoring reading logs, creating reading challenges, and helping students expand genre choices and tailor reading lists. Build and manage programs by group, class, grade, and individual student.
BiblioNasium 2
More that you can do with BiblioNasium:
  • Track what each student is reading and at what level, using Lexile® measures provided onsite.
  • Virtual bookshelves help kids keep track of what they’ve read, what they like, and what they plan to read.
  • Kids can share book recommendations and books, building conversation and connections around reading.
  • Mascot and reading coach Chip Manzee motivates and entertains kids, challenging them and rewarding good reading behavior.

 Tour the Biblionasium website
BiblioNasium has taken measures to keep information safe. Only approved friends and the registered educator can see a student’s name and school.  Other signed-in users can see the student’s anonymous username, books, and other non-personal information. No users can see student information without authorization.


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