Setting Up the Classroom Library

rsbsadmin Classroom Library, Classroom Setup & Routines, Independent Reading, Motivation, Reading, Sarah Collinge, Uncategorized 1 Comment

Setting up the classroom library can be a daunting process. How do you organize books? Do you focus on reading levels or sort books by genre? Do you sort books into bins or place them on a shelf, spines out? How many books should be in a classroom library? And how do you create a classroom library on a dime? …

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Classroom Setup – Sarah Linington

rsbsadmin 3rd Grade, Classroom Setup & Routines, Sarah Linington 0 Comments

I have been waiting over two years for this moment—I finally get to implement C.I.A. in my own classroom! Since I have been modifying C.I.A. for small groups of students in Title and Special Education, I am familiar with the basics, but actually setting up my classroom in a way that will facilitate the best learning for my 3rd graders …

Classroom Setup – Ryan Painter

rsbsadmin 4th Grade, Classroom Setup & Routines, Ryan Painter 0 Comments

I have spent the final days of summer going over how I will start the year as we all normally do during those last sunny days.  This year will be a different experience for me as I start planning September.  I ended last year with the CIA training and completed one unit of study (Shiloh).  This year I will be …

Classroom Setup – Heidi

rsbsadmin 5th Grade, Classroom Setup & Routines, Heidi Finley 0 Comments

I am excited to share with you my experiences with CIA. I have been using CIA in my classroom since December of 2011. I attended a class in Snohomish, and to be honest I wasn’t sure what I was getting myself into. What I didn’t realize is that one class would revolutionize the way I taught Reading. Let me start …