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Knowledge Quest

Volume 44, No. 3 - Storytime for Learning in a Digital World



Some educators and librarians think 21st-century learning standards leave no room for traditional storytime programming because informational reading has taken center stage. This issue, guest edited by Cynthia Houston, presents alternative arguments for the importance of storytime in the digital age through engaging articles that offer a number of strategies for capturing students’ imaginations and weaving interactive storytime activities into the English/language arts curriculum.

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