Online Journals About Literacy
An outstanding professional electronic journal of the International Reading Association with peer-reviewed articles in the field of literacy.
Childhood News: The Journal of Professional Development (http://www.earlychildhood.com/)
Features articles for professionals who work with young children (birth to age six) and includes topics on child development, health and safety, curricula, guidance, art and music, nutrition, play, self-esteem, and professional development, among others
Week on the Web (http://www.edweek.org)
This site consists of various articles on education reform, schools, and the policies that guide them. It includes a specific link to a site (Phonics and Whole Language) that lists all of the articles published by Education Week concerning the whole language and phonics debate.
Electronic School is an online journal that chronicles technological change in the classroom, interprets education issues in a digital world, and offers readers practical advice on a broad range of topics pertinent to the implementation of technology in elementary and secondary schools. Key Topics: technology in the classroom
Publishes themed issues on current educational trends.
Dedicated to making the Internet an accessible, useful classroom tool.
Delta Kappan (http://www.pdkintl.org/kappan/kappan.htm)
A professional print journal for education that addresses policy issues for educators at all levels and advocates research-based school reform.
ALAN Review (http://scholar.lib.vt.edu/ejournals/ALAN/alan-review.html)
Contains articles on YA literature and its teaching, interviews with authors, reports on publishing trends, current research on YA literature, reviews of new books, and ALAN membership news (Assembly on Literature for Adolescents: A Special-Interest Group of the National Council of Teachers of English).
Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (http://www.lis.uiuc.edu/puboff/bccb/)
Devoted entirely to the review of current books for children. For each book provides concise summaries and critical evaluations; information on content, reading level, strengths and weaknesses, and quality of format; and suggestions for curricular use.
Library Journal Online (http://www.slj.com/)
Provides librarians who work with young people in school and public libraries with indispensable information needed to manage libraries-from creating high-quality collections to understanding how technology can assist (or hinder) learning.
Lion and the Unicorn (http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/lion_and_the_unicorn/index.html)
A theme- and genre-centered journal of international scope committed to serious, ongoing discussions of children's literature.
Looking Glass (http://erp.fis.utoronto.ca/~easun//looking_glass/)
An electronic journal about children's literature that combines an interest in the traditional with an eye for the modern. Includes scholarly articles of interest to both specialists and nonspecialists.
An international news magazine of book publishing and bookselling.
Childhood Research and Practice (http://ecrp.uiuc.edu/)
A peer-reviewed electronic journal sponsored by the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education (ERIC/EECE) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Covers topics related to the growth, learning, development, care, and education of children from birth to approximately age eight.
Published twice yearly (in spring and autumn) and provides information on ERIC and ERIC/EECE (the ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education), as well as articles on topics related to early childhood education.
Online and Mailbox Magazine (http://www.learningmagazine.com/cgi-bin/tec/scripts/home.jsp)
Teacher Magazine (http://www.teachermagazine.org/tm/tm.cfm)
An issues-oriented publication that provides teachers with a broad range of articles, news, commentary, and listings of professional resources.
PreK-8: The Professional Ideabook for Teachers (http://www.teachingk-8.com/)
An IdeaSite that highlights articles from the current monthly professional magazine and provides new ideas and resources spanning the curriculum.
Journal Online (http://www.thejournal.com/)
Technological Horizons in Education Online publication for K-12 and higher education provides information, state and federal grants, and news and activities related to the use of educational technology.
Written for K-12 school administrators, teachers, and technology coordinators. Provides educators with product information and guidance in improving and expanding the use of technology in their schools and districts.