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Using Students’ Curiosity to Calm the Chaos

 
 
 

By Amber Harper  on August 24th, 2015

It’s that time of year again. The back-to-school nightmares have begun. If you’ve taught for any length of time, you know the ones to which I’m referring – the ones where you walk into your room and realize you have a class full of eager students and NOTHING prepared. READ MORE

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New Words: Here Today, Gone Tomorrow? Part Three of Three

 

 

By Lois E. Huffman on June 19th, 2015

Lois Huffman will be submitting new Viva Vocabulary! posts every few months. Check out this month’s feature.  READ MORE

Local Councils
The North Carolina Reading Association served 28 local councils (chapters or associations) during the 2014-2015 school year. Learn specifics about Local Councils.
Celebrate Young Authors
The North Carolina Reading Association's Young Authors Project invites local reading councils to engage writers, K-12 and adult, and celebrates exemplary writing at the local and state level. Learn more about Young Authors.