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Attend Something Different and Inspiring At MCEL This Year!!…
Founder of TeachingBooks.Net to Speak at MCEL
Come Hear Nick Glass, Founder of Teaching Books.Net, and then take this nationally acclaimed program back to your school at a fraction of the regular cost!
MCS and our partners MREA and MTSBA are proud to feature Nick Glass and his award-winning program: TeachingBooks.net at MCEL this year.
TeachingBooks.Net makes reading and great books come alive for kids!
The program provides a huge variety of multimedia options for teachers to use with students including actual in-depth interviews with the authors themselves. Their database includes literally thousands of resources about fiction and nonfiction books already in use in schools across Montana.
Although this program is very highly regarded by educators across the nation, the program is expensive and has been difficult for schools such as ours here in Montana to afford. NOW, MCS along with our national partner AEPA has changed all of that by striking a contract with Nick Glass to offer these incredible resources to schools in over 26 states at a fraction of the regular price!
- Striving for Engaged and Informed Readers School-Wide
Monday, October 20th – 10:40-11:30 – Bighorn Center (Next to Radisson Pool)
- Enriching Literacy Instruction
Monday, October 20th – 1:10-2:00 – Bighorn Center (Next to Radisson Pool)
Selecting and Teaching Native American Books
- Monday, October 20th – 2:10-3:00 – Ballroom – Red Lion (formerly the Billings Hotel)
While MCS is often known for the products and services that we provide as our state-wide food-bid, office supplies, copiers, school furniture and roofing we offer much, much more to Montana Schools, such as TeachingBooks.net!
Visit: www.mtcoop.org for the full list of products and services available through MCS!
Listen, Watch, Decide
The latest (10/2/16) MTN Face the State OPI Arntzen-Romano
Thanks to MTN-Face The State YouTube Channel
The election of a new State Superintendent of Public Instruction is coming on Tuesday, November 8.
Make an informed decision on which candidate you will vote for.
Each video is just under 3 ½ minutes in length for each one of the three topics listed below.
Thanks to Montana PBS