photo © 2009 Ryan Stanton | more info (via: Wylio) “Turn around and face the front of the room.” How many times has that been heard in a typical classroom? Tonight I shared a link in my Facebook network from my reader. Lisa Neilson of The Innovative Educator blogged about Interactive White Boards (IWB) and [...]
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I’ve seen this making its rounds in numerous places–namely my reader (which gets feeds from all my favorite blogs), as well as Twitter, Facebook, and more. It is picking up traction as it is shared throughout my PLN and there is a good reason why. You see, most school librarians know we wear so many [...]
MARK YOUR CALENDARS! The next SCASL Webinar will be Thursday, February 3rd from 7:00 – 8:00 pm. We will continue our discussion of eReaders and eBooks by talking about how they are being implemented in our schools and library programs. Our guest speakers for the event are: – Tamara Cox, librarian at Palmetto Middle School [...]
I have to share this!! My friend @Paula Canine from Waccamaw Elementary is the absolute BEST! (Don’t kill me Paula!!) Read this note I and few friends received from her (pasted below.) I had used the quotes feature, but it took away from the note so I removed them. I also embellished with a few [...]
I’m trying to plan a literacy event centered around qr codes for school. I’m loving the ideas shared here! There are many other examples and ideas shared here!
Since the hour was pushed back, we have a new problem fourth block in the library. Cathedral ceilings that include glass panes provide a beautiful view of Carolina blue skies, but now that sunset is earlier, the bright afternoon sun shining through those high western windows wreaks havoc with the monitors on the eastern side [...]
Shared in my network today! How timely considering yesterday’s post! Dave is my hero! His commentary regarding this clip copied from his blog – The folks at the Next conference put up a nice short(ish) excerpt of my talk on the Librarian Militant, Librarians Triumphant talk. It’s the last 12 minute conclusion:
Music Piracy spells the end of the traditional model for those in the music industry to make an honest living from their talents. At least it is according to my students. Current Events Class Guest Speaker Today I worked with our current events class to discuss the recent shutdown of Limewire as a way to [...]
Just got through commenting on a relatively new librarian blogger’s post about adding some blogs to follow. It’s been a while since I have done this, so I thought now would be a good time to let readers know whose voices are shaping my thinking and practice. I have a folder in my Google Reader for library [...]
Thanks to TeacherNinja (a librarian-to-be who blogs) I have discovered a blog to add to my already too full reader. As my colleague and I launched a weeding project this week, this blog is highly relevant AND downright entertaining to boot. Awful Library Books is written by public librarians Mary and Holly who work in [...]