Centering Student Voice and Choice: A Book Club Guide

Help your students build community and interact with each other in meaningful and authentic ways.

Grounded in student autonomy and choice, book clubs can help students feel a sense of agency in their learning, build reading time into their daily routines, and make meaningful connections around books they are excited to read.

Centering Student Voice and Choice: A Book Club Guide

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Centering Student Voice and Choice: A Book Club Guide

This guide provides practical resources, as well as guidance and inspiration, for implementing book clubs in your classroom.

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