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Renaissance Blog

Shareable tips and insightful thoughts on K–12 education from Renaissance teams and educational leaders from Australia and around the world.

April 17, 2020

Stuck at Home? Try Reading!

By: Zora Zaric There is no denying it, reading is good for you. In fact, haven’t you heard? Reading is great for you! Teachers, librarians, researchers […]
April 15, 2020

Tips for Guiding Children through School Shutdowns

By: Denise Spanswick Being creative as a teacher during a period of school shutdowns while students are still required to do schoolwork as normal, can be […]
April 7, 2020

Easter Books for Children

By: Jovana Cupac Easter is upon us once again! Besides indulging in an enormous amount of chocolate from your egg hunts and creating hand crafted Easter […]
March 20, 2020

Supporting Students at Home

By: Zora Zaric – Renaissance Australia Coach With uncertain times ahead, potential school closures and periods of isolation, now more than ever it is important to […]
April 9, 2019

The Importance of Book Selection

By: Ruth Atkinson (Renaissance UK) & Jay Wheatley (Renaissance AUS) The importance of selecting the right book, at the right level with the right interest cannot […]
January 22, 2019

5 icebreaker activities for the first week of school

By: Ken Stoflet, Communications Specialist, Renaissance USA   The end of summer is bittersweet, but the beginning of a new school year is exciting. Fresh notebooks, […]
January 14, 2019

4 quick tips to build connections with students through reading

By:  Christina Ostrander, Fourth-Grade Teacher, USA “The positive teacher-student relationship is thus important not so much because this is worthwhile in itself, but because it helps build […]
January 7, 2019
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6 summer reads for educators

By: Gene Kerns, EdD, Vice President and Chief Academic Officer, Renaissance USA   There’s nothing quite like reading a great book on a warm summer day—whether […]
January 7, 2019

How do you involve parents in their students’ reading practice?

By: Ken Stoflet, Communications Specialist, Renaissance USA How do you involve parents in their students’ reading practice? The answer might not be so simple. We asked […]
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