Did you know that Howard County Library staff will visit your classroom with resources designed to enhance the curriculum and supplement your lesson plans?
Read all about our classes and find your school’s Library liaison in our Elementary School Curriculum Enhancement Guide and our Middle and High School Curriculum Enhancement Guide, then make contact with your library liaison to arrange a visit or get more information!
It’s time for high school semester exams!
If your students need additional assistance “cramming” for exams, recommend Live Homework Help. Live tutors are available…for free…seven days a week from 2:00 pm to midnight. Tutors can provide individual instruction in math, science, English, and social studies. All students need is a Library card and access to the internet.
Here’s what students are saying about this service:
“I am so thankful that this service is offered. It is there to give me individualized
help when no one else can. I will definitely be back again.”
“They answered my questions really fast and asked me questions until I understood everything exactly…
I really liked that!”
“This is really great! I have been working on things with my teachers, and this just helps even more!
All of my friends use it too! Thanks!”
Good luck on exams!
Calling all poets! The 2009 Word Up! Poetry Contest begins next week on Wednesday, January 21.
Students in grades 6 through 12 and college students (aged 21 and under) are invited to submit their original poetry to Howard County Library’s annual teen poetry contest.
For ideas on incorporating Word Up! into your lesson plans, flip through our Word Up! Educator Resource brochure.
View complete contest details.
Teacher Notes From Howard County Library - Archive for January, 2009