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MGHS Library for Teachers: For Teachers

Subject Area Resource Guides
Provides teachers and students with access to great content area resources, including databases, websites, and unlimited access ebooks that can supplement your classroom materials.

 Blooms Taxonomy 
Quick access to action verbs that align with Bloom's taxonomy. 

 The CCRS and Reading 
Support for teachers seeking to align classroom reading practices to College and Career Readiness standards.

 Equity for All 
A series of resource lists focused around issues of EQUITY in our school.

 Extension Bistro
A large collection of Chrome extensions for teaching and learning, featured at TechCamp 2018.  

 The Makeshift
Support for teachers seeking to implement the Maker movement in their classrooms.

 Open Education Resources
A-Z and subject listings of quality open education resources on the web.

 Research & Reading Map
This guide provides additional resource teachers can use in supporting students with personalized needs.

The Technology & Wellness Connection
This guide highlights the impact of technology on learning, with an eye towards unpacking the Information and Technology Standards with health and wellness in mind.

Schoolwide Resources

LEXILE Reading Support

  • Lexile Analyzer (Sign up for a free account to upload text files for lexile analysis)
  • Find Lexiles using NoveList

State Resources

EBSCO Resources for Teachers (needs link!)

MAIN LIBRARY
The main library includes all seating in the open area visible from the circulation desks.  Small areas located amid shelves are generally kept open for independent students coming from study hall or classes.  You may schedule half or whole periods to bring your class into the library.   

THE LIBRARY LAB
You may reserve the library lab for students working on creative projects and innovation. Times may be scheduled during your class period or during student study halls. NOTE that this space is not distraction free and is open to other students coming and going.

Redefining Ready


College and Career Readiness Standards (all subjects)

National Common Core Standards for Mathematics
National Common Core Standards  for English & Languge Arts


 
A " nonprofit K-12 global community, Curriki is a space for teachers, students, and parents to create, share, and find free learning resources that enable true personalized learning."

More Resources


Sign up for PBS LearningMedia!  

  • Instant access to thousands of digital resources, including video, games, and content from critically acclaimed PBS programs. 
  • Tools like storyboards, quiz makers, and lesson planners
  • Professional development opportunities including free webinars, how-to guides, and more


Wisconsin's  ide@s network  connects educators
statewide for collaboration and resource sharing.  

This easy-to-use website features "an online database developed and maintained to include thousands of resources about fiction and nonfiction books used in the K–12 environment."

 



 

Library Information and Media Center - Monona Grove High School - Monona, Wisconsin

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