Need suggestions for tools to guide students to become independent learners? Look no further than the American Association of School Librarians updated recommendations for 2013 to start the school year on solid footing. Highlighted this week is the Best Apps for Teaching and Learning.
In a world where we seem to be kissing browsers goodbye, we are electing to use apps that represent another form of information discovery that are convenient and reliable. “AASL favorites from the 25 winning apps that cover a broad range of subjects, inspire curriculum connections, and can be used for classroom instruction and public library programming” (AASL).
Remember in the words of AASL, “Strong School Libraries Build Strong Students” (AASL).