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DescriptionTrying to get up-to-speed with the increased emphasis on college and career readiness in our new and revised standards? Want a place to discuss instructional strategies, and catch up on necessary skills, and valuable tools and resources? This group will also provide a forum to discuss what is required for university-level research and writing with colleagues across the 12-13 gap. Join this College and Career Readiness group to share, learn and grow.
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Forum in Cleveland given by ideastream and Plain Dealer discussed the Culture of college. Check out the website for details, video of program and insightful comments.
Some very enlightening and surprising comments. Children that attend a 2 year pre-school are more likely to graduate from college than those that do not. Early education is that important.
Sunday, 17 June 2012 19:41
Kent State has excellent tools to prepare students for college research. Check it out at http://libguides.library.kent.edu/12to13
Friday, 18 November 2011 05:45
Great place to start for you and your students are the INFOhio Go Further pages.
/>Many resources and links here for background information and student resources such as the Research Project Calculator.
Thursday, 17 November 2011 15:24
Check out the article, "Collaboration and Connection: A University Outreach Program for High School Librarians and English Teachers" from the October 2011, Library Media Connection, available through the EBSCO Professional Development Collection. I think it has some useful ideas for a grant.
Thursday, 17 November 2011 14:45