This web page offers resources and materials to help educators librarians and parents improve reading outcomes for students in grades K-12. We feel that if the educator can inspire the student to think, to ponder the future, to be more engaged in their future, that reading will come more naturally. We hope to help prevent reading difficulties from developing in the early grades, and meet instructional challenges of students’ diverse abilities throughout their classroom years.
The Center for the Study of Science Fiction have compiled a list of things that you as a parent or teacher can do to help keep Science Fiction Young and motivate our future thinkers. Please visit their site: Science Fiction Youth Program.
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"It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it." - Aristotle
Reading for the Future is a grassroots volunteer organization whose aim is to help young people develop a love of reading and intellectual adventure through the vehicle of science fiction, fantasy and other speculative fiction.
Reading for the Future collaborates with you to provide key content for your classroom. By using this Web site and the Reading for the Future mail groups, you will find that you are not alone in wanting to inspire your students. Authors, teachers, librarians, parents and interested others, combine their skills to bring our next generation out of the classroom thinking ahead, ready to face the future with an open mind. Students prepared to embrace the future and all its many possibilities.
A Special thank-you to one of the founders of this movement, David Brin!
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