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Gather around and read or listen to my story.  Have any of you had a similar experience? Scene 1 Library (Ring-Ring goes the phone) Mrs. Teacher Librararian Media Specialist/Tech Person (TLMSTP): Hello, this is Mrs. TLMSTP School Secretary: Hey there Mrs TLMSPT.  Our principal needs you right away in the gym. Mrs TLMSTP:  Okay I’m […]

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Wow 2 years has flown by.  It is my blog birthday THIS FRIDAY.  I don’t know if my blogging skills have grown, but some of my earlier posts are downright laughable.  My very first post was about the K12 Online Conference too. Maybe the K12 Online Conference is the sole inspiration for my blogger’s heart. […]

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21st Century Learner Standards

Reading is a window to the world. Inquiry provides a framework for learning. Ethical behavior in the use of information must be taught. Technology skills are crucial for future employment needs. Equitable access is a key component for education. The definition of information literacy has become more complex as resources and technologies have changed. The […]

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Yes I’m on spring break this week, and I’m just sitting here today enjoying the “nothing to do syndrome”–a rarity in my life! I was checking my email, pitying all those school districts who’ve already had there spring break, or worse (like my husband/son’s school district) have yet to have theirs. Yes I’ll be very […]

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Meme: Passion Quilt

Picture title: 21st Century Learning Library-Style Here is my contribuiton to the ever growing meme of our passion quilt. I could not decide on any one photo, so created a collage of sorts to reflect a few of the things I am passionate about. I am showing what happens in a 21st century library, and […]

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Principal & Interest

Back in early January my principal, Mary Clark, asked me to help her set up a blog. She wanted to explore this “blogosphere” I speak of so frequently, and she wanted to begin with her own blog first. That has finally happened, and now she is the author of her very own blog, appropriately titled […]

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3 and growing-W00T

Okay slowly but surely I know my presence is being felt at my school. Can’t take credit all by myself though, except that I have PURPOSEFULLY involved myself with three teachers at my school who seem to “get it.” “Get it?” you might ask. Yes, they get it. My school for reasons that are beyond […]

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I read where Kathy Schrock and Doug Johnson recently provided a history or timeline of sorts to document their careers, so thought I’d take a moment to do mine. I am no comparison to those two who are quite accomplished educators. But it does help me when I reflect over my growth. In taking this […]

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