The New York Times bestselling “300” magazine was created by a team of academics and educators and it’s now available for purchase on the web for $2.99.
The best part?
The new book, “Red Power: How Schools Can Create the Next Generation of Digital Media” offers an easy, step-by-step guide to getting the hottest, most fashionable books in your classroom.
“300”‘s popularity is based on its easy-to-use layout, which allows students to browse the magazine’s extensive catalog, search for titles, and then select the best ones to read, which are then published on their own time.
For students who are new to reading, the magazine offers recommendations on books, games, and activities.
Students can also download their own personalized copies of “300′ to their own mobile devices.
The magazine is a collaboration between the Harvard Educational Publishing Center, the Harvard College Booksellers Association, the Educational Digital Library, and the University of Chicago Press.
The Red Power Team: A team of researchers, educators, and journalists with an obsession with education and students.
To learn more about the book, visit redpowermagazine.com.
The book, co-authored by the editors of the Harvard Bookseller and the Harvard Digital Library’s Education & Media Library, features interviews with educators, educators’ own personal copy of the “300,” and students’ own personalized copy of “Red Powers” to give students the resources and tools they need to become better readers and to teach themselves to read.
Learn more about Red Power at redpower.com/magazine or redpoweronline.com