Support for teachers begins at the library. From elementary through high school, educators work together to give students the best education possible. But some schools may overlook the invaluable opportunity to ask their librarians how K-12 library resources can support their courses. Differentiated instruction? Libraries invented it. Support for diverse students? Reading help? The school library should be the first place they search for resources.
Teachers are becoming increasingly overwhelmed by the amount of time it takes to find trustworthy, high-quality content that not only fits into their curriculum but also supports the various needs of their students. Lack of time, support, and opportunities for collaboration lead to burnout and attrition. As librarians and media specialists, you understand the value of building your K-12 library resources and sharing how educators can use them effectively in the classroom.
With Gale In Context: For Educators, you can set students and teachers up for success and establish the library's role as a curriculum solution as well as a destination for research. For Educators can help you remove as many day-to-day challenges as possible by replacing confusion and stress with collaboration and a more streamlined workflow. For Educators builds on the foundation of the trusted Gale In Context student databases as well as your school's student-facing Gale eBooks to give educators the tools to find and personalize digital learning content in core subjects. Plus, our cross-curricular digital resources support differentiated instruction, information literacy, professional learning, and collaboration within your district.
Standards-aligned content. With a subscription to Gale In Context resources, students and teachers have access to primary sources, experiments, case studies, academic journals, magazines, newspapers, books, images, podcasts, and videos.