YOU TUBE VIDEOS

1. The following link will take you to a series of videos on YouTube, which highlight the authors talking about the book:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0B36B731E6CD4DC1

2. This link will take you to another series of videos on YouTube that all fall under the umbrella of Notice and Note Study Guide:
http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=notice+and+note+study+guide&oq=notice+and+note&gs_l=youtube.1.1.0l2.41.1460.0.3316.14.6.0.6.6.0.117.435.5j1.6.0...0.0...1ac.1.11.youtube.IPDVruh4czo

ONLINE GUIDE

There is an online guide to Notice And Note at http://heinemann.com/products/E04693.aspx

Look under "companion resources." It's free, and has many videos and appendix resources, as well.

TWITTER

Follow Kylene Beers & Bob Probst on Twitter at @KyleneBeers and @BobProbst .

COMMON CORE MADE EASY

One of our classmates found the following website with posters created by The Curriculum Corner. They are easy to understand common core language for K-6, all listed as "I Can" student statements.
http://www.thecurriculumcorner.com/2012/12/03/i-can-common-core-standards-k-5/

NOTICE & NOTE SIGNPOST BOOKMARK

https://docs.google.com/a/sd25.org/document/d/16MzU1hlNTXkQXEw6-uT3AoVl7ZVMNOAlcWvj0h5NfOA/edit?usp=sharing

NOTICE & NOTE SIGNPOST BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AihwdGIJlj5SdE1ERUJFbEpSQ1daSVd4SGNMNGZiamc&usp=sharing

HOME-MADE POSTERS FOR THE SIGNPOSTS

One of our classmates, Theresa Fowler (5th grade teacher at Olive), made the following signpost posters for her class and wanted to share them with everybody. They're great and should you want to adjust them to fit your own style or grade level, you can (they're Word documents). I do want to point out that they do slightly alter the language from Notice & Note, so if you're a purist, you can cross reference with the book to change them to your liking. Thank you, Theresa!