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Monthly Archive for November, 2013

I have been seriously considering this Follett Challenge each year that it has been out, and this year I even have ideas swimming around in my head ready to spill out into a video and an application!  I’ll keep you posted on my progress. A lot of my ideas actually happen next week, so I’m […]

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That’s right. I’m stepping up to the virtual mic on Tuesday, December 2, 2013 at 8PM for the 3rd annual TL Cafe (Teacher Librarian Cafe) EduTech to share the tools I used to do a recent Book Speed Dating activity. It’s open-mic night. Will you be there?? Who, What, When, Where? It’s all online of […]

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Our school is experiencing an Innovation “grant,” and I’d like to thinks we can move in this direction. Thanks Scott for sharing this.

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Readers Revisited

Yesterday I worked on my #Eddies13 Nominations. Of course I had to visit my reader to see which ones stick out for me before making my nominations, looking for the profound and memorable. I have so much in my reader sometimes things get lost. That happens when there are 273 feeds there. And daily I […]

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Time to nominate some favorites for an Eddie! I didn’t do all the categories, but it’s not required. Many of the other categories I just could not pick a single nomination. They are all good! Many of these are personal acquaintances and friends, which makes it even more special, and all are a very important […]

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My favorite art teacher is t it again! S. Eleazer has been scouring the library and school closets looking for outdated, discarded books. Amazing things are going on down the hall in that room, as she has cast a vision for what her sculpting class can do with our weeded library books. My collection age […]

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#AASL13 Revisited – My Last Day

After such a LATE evening the night before, I slept in, missing the first session. When I arrived I went back to the E-Learning Commons to hear a PLN memnber Francey Harris leading a discussion on teaching digital ethics! Glad I got there in time to be a part of that! This is also where I […]

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After a full day of sessions and connecting, I returned to the Learning Commons to meet up with Anne Lemieux, Diana Carr, Dawn Nelson, Sally Mays, and Carolyn Foote, and after dropping our bags in Carolyn’s room at the Marriott, we walked over to the Capstone Mixer at the Science Discovery Center next door. Here […]

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#AASL13 Revisited – Day 3; Part 1

Friday was my LONGEST day of the conference, and that’s saying a LOT considering my Wednesday schedule with a 4AM wake-up call.. Since so much happened this day, I am posting this in two parts. This post will feature events directly from the AASL scheduled conference at the Convention Center.   Decisions, decisions I had […]

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#AASL13 Revisited – Day Two

I had nothing scheduled for Thursday morning as I wasn’t doing any preconferences, and nothing else really began until just before lunchtime. I decided to sleep in and make up for the day before‘s long day that had begun at 4AM. I arrived at the convention center around 10AM, catching the bus from the hotel […]

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