I love how Christmas break frees up time and really allows me to throughly read through my feeds. I can take the time to think through the posts, reflect, ask myself questions, develop action plans, and apply what I am learning to my own teaching and learning context. Many times I leave my reader knowing I […]
Tag Archive 'Doug Johnson'
I was asked sometime ago to write a review for Doug Johnson‘s newest book School Libraries Head for the Edge: Rants, Recommendations, and Reflections. I felt honored and downright pleased as punch to be asked. Then the book took its time getting to me. After deciding the mail lost it, I requested a second copy, […]
I have heard some version of this comment twice in an 8 day period–once last week from Doug Johnson, and again earlier this week from Will Richardson. If an assignment can be plagiarized, it’s probably not very valid. Well, maybe not the same exact wording, but roughly the same idea. How many times do I […]