Hacking Literacy With Book Nooks

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With more than 120 million illiterate children, it’s time to put books in kids’ hands.

In this episode of the Hack Learning Podcast, Mark Barnes shares how one school built a Book Nook and filled it with thousands of books, which the school gave to its students.

Unlike the school library, the Book Nook is a place where students can simply take books and keep them.

In one of the easiest, yet most powerful, education hacks ever created, you learn simple steps for launching your own Book Nook as early as tomorrow. Then, you can build an amazing culture of readers at your school. This is Hacking Literacy.

Please share your own Literacy Hacks in our comment section and on the #HackLearning and #HackingLiteracy Twitter feeds.

Learn more about the Book Nook and the rest of our 10 Quick Fixes for Every School here, and don’t miss Hacking Literacy, coming August, 2016.

Author: Hack Learning Team

The Hack Learning Team brings you right-now solutions for teaching and learning from some of the best educators in the world. Look inside our library at http://hacklearningbooks.com

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