School Library Journal
We all collaborate with SLJ in different ways. Here are some resources that may be of interest.
Marc Aronson : "Consider the Source" and "Nonfiction Matters"
Marc currently writes a column "Consider the Source," and prior to that, wrote the "Nonfiction Matters" blog.
Recent "Consider the Source" columns can be found here:
August 14, 2012 Consider the Source: The Known and the Uncertain: The Special Challenge of Teaching Students to Think Like a Historian or Scientist
You will find over 900 blog posts Marc has written for School Library Journal at this URL:
Mary Ann Cappiello, Myra Zarnowski, and Marc Aronson: Nonfiction and the Common Core
During the 2012-2013 school year, Myra, Mary Ann and Marc wrote a series for SLJ's "Curriculum Connections" newsletter that focused on using nonfiction in the classroom and school library.
Marc Aronson and Sue Bartle: "Wondering how to Put Common Core into Practice? It's Easier Than You Think"
In November of 2012, Marc and Sue wrote a column for the SLJ's print edition on implementing the Common Core using a range of print and digital texts, entitled "Wondering how to Put Common Core into Practice? It's Easier Than You Think".
Kathleen Odean: "20 Outstanding Nonfiction Books - Core Essentials"
In May of 2103, Kathleen wrote an article for SLJ, "20 Outstanding Nonfiction Books," that provides examples of great nonfiction titles for the elementary grades through high school.
Mary Ann Cappiello blogs with Lesley University colleagues Erika Thulin Dawes and Grace Enriquez at “The Classroom Bookshelf.” Mary Ann also maintains the blog "Teaching with Text Sets" with Erika Thulin Dawes.
Kathleen Odean blogs regularly at Great Common Core Nonfiction: Kathleen Odean's recommendations of YA books for grades 6-10.
Myra Zarnowski is the Children's Nonfiction Consultant for the web site - iNK Think Tank: Nonfiction Authors in the Classroom.