TCAPSLoop Podcast Episode 115: Virtual Reading Resources
Episode 115Hello and Welcome another episode of the TCAPSLoop Podcast! In this episode Danelle and Stephie share some great tips and literacy resources you should embrace while teaching and learning remotely. Before cutting into the meat of the show let’s spend some time researching this weeks Moment of Zen.“Any fool can know. The point is to understand.”-Albert Einstein Pod Topic: Virtual Reading ResourcesMichigan eLibrary (MeL.org)International Education Week Read AloudsLive from the Opera House: It’s Storytime! Read Alouds and ActivitiesVirtual Book Bags: ScienceVirtual Book Bags: Social StudiesASL Stories and Resources Kate Messner’s Read Wonder and Learn Tech Tool of the Week: TCAPS Elementary Libraries Facebook PageTutorials and Updates:TCAPSTECH Help SiteTCAPS247.comColby Sharp video on why picture books are great! Great Tweet by @MrsAGilliam"Recently, I changed my wording from what questions do you have to what questions do you think someone struggling to understand might have. It has been a game changer. The student struggling doesn’t have to be the one asking but their question is usually covered." ClosingFollow us on Facebook and Twitter@tcapsloop@brostromdaSubscribe to the Podcast on Podbean, iTunes, Stitcher, Tune In, Downcast, Overcast, the Google Play Store, Spotify or wherever else you get your ear candy! Like the podcast? Leave a review on iTunes, It really helps get the pod to show up on aggregators and we also love hearing from you. Thanks for listening and inspiring!Thanks Loop Team!