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Children’s Magazines Available Online

Did you know you can access juvenile magazines through the library’s online database subscriptions? Well, you can! Did you know that these magazines are great lesson planning resources? Well, they are! You can get to Scholastic News, Ranger Rick, National Geographic Kids, Sports Illustrated for Kids and many more titles too. If you know the […]

New Die Cut Subscription Sold on Sunday

Want to decorate your dorm room? Maybe you will have a crafty project due next semester? The CRC will begin selling Fall Die Cut Subscription cards on Sunday for only $2.00 plus tax! What great about a die cut subscription? It is good for the whole semester, and you can use it to make games […]

Nuclear weapons deal in the news

Teaching about current events? Find loads of background resources through the CRC. The recent Nuclear Deal may be a touchstone for talking about historical events related to the development of nuclear weapons. Come to the CRC to find relevant non-fiction literature written for a juvenile audience and kits of reproductions of primary source materials, among […]

Perimeter and Area Dice Game

It’s #MathMagicalMonday! You know what that means! We have a fun math idea or game that you can play with your kids or students. Today, we found this game where students roll dice and use the numbers they rolled to draw the perimeter of a rectangle or square on a grid and figure out the […]

Are you writing lesson plans for class or for student teaching?

Don’t reinvent the wheel! The CRC is here to help! We have many different places you can look! Check out our Ready Reference books! These are the activity books, and they are easily to identify them because they have orange dots on them and are located next to the copier. These books will always be […]

Ohio School Report Cards

The Ohio School Report Cards were released today. Here’s a link to the database of report cards:

Earth Day 2014

Tuesday April 22, 2014 is Earth Day. Need help with lessons? Here are two 5-E lessons for Grades K-2 (Garbage Gurus) and Grades 3-5 (Where Does Our Waste Go) to help you plan for the day. Middle School or High School can use this video as a writing prompt on how to make our cities […]

edTPA woes? Check this out!

We know some of you have your edTPA due in February and we have something to help you out! Check out this guide which provides insight and resources into the various sections of this assessment. Click here for the edTPA online guide! Your friends at the CRC know:  YOU CAN DO IT!

Home for the Holidays?

Are you going home for the holidays or maybe traveling elsewhere? What will you listen to while your travel to and from this holiday season? How about some audiobooks? The CRC has quite a few title in audiobook for your drive, where ever you may be going.  To see a list of the audiobooks that […]

It’s all good

There has been lots of unit writing going on around the CRC and all of us who work here have seen how hard you are all working!  Keep it up and if you happen to run into a road block, take a look at some of our LibGuides which may help you refocus and get […]

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