A Unique Way to do Your Summer Reading

Planning to hit the books this summer?

You won’t be alone. Many teachers will take the summer as an opportunity to plan for the next school year, brush up on the latest education research, learn how to improve their teaching style, and more. We’ve got the resources to help you with these tasks–and now you’ve got a more engaging way to do them.

This summer Subtext, a free collaborative reading app, is offering some of our best professional development titles–with the added benefit of annotations from our authors. These annotations include links to relevant articles, video clips, reflection questions and more. You can go it alone, or you can grab a few friends or colleagues and exchange ideas through the app as you all read through your book. To learn more or to join our book club with the simple click of a mouse (or tap of a finger!), visit here.

Starting a book club? Check out our tips here.

Our newly annotated books include best-selling favorites such as:

Turnaround Tools for the Teenage Brain: Helping Underperforming Students Become Lifelong Learners by Eric Jensen and Carole Snider






Practice Perfect: 42 Rules for Getting Better at Getting Better by Doug Lemov







The Book Whisperer: Awakening the Inner Reader in Every Child by Donalyn Miller






…and more! Head over to our Subtext page to join our reading group and get started today. Happy reading!

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