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And it’s FREE!!

What? SCETV Summer Workshops When? July 27-29, 2010; 8:30AM-3PM Where? ETV Telecommunications Center, 1101 George Rogers Blvd., Columbia, SC Who? SC Educators Why? Free professional development for creating engaging classrooms!! P.S.  I’m presenting!! Registration Details UPDATE:  Just fund out the workshops are all filled up.  But you can check daily to see if any one […]

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NBCT Webinar Wednesday Evening!

Here is my copresenter Wendy Stephens’ slides for Wednesday night’s Webinar on Becoming a National Board Certified Teacher (Librarian)! She will go first: National Board Certification in Library Media View more presentations from wsstephens. Here are my slides! 1. I AM an NBCT School Librarian 2. I AM average. 3. Look at my portfolio entry […]

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I was asked recently to be a part of a ISTE-SIGMS sponsored webinar centered on helping librarians make that decision to get in the fray. Is this an easy process? What are the challenges? Where is there help available? What resources (people and literature) can I connect to that are helpful? Why should I? Many […]

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Reading 2.0

Lol cruising through my reader and then tweets this morning I ran across this–actually in both places. What a pleasant surprise to see my school represented! It comes from one of  Joyce Valenza’s recent Pennsylvania School Library Association presentations–this one titled Reading 2.0. Cool.  Often I forget about some of these tools. We just can’t […]

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Reading up on SC School woes–some articles I read over the weekend, with one jarring quote pulled from each: School funding cuts are bleeding away S.C.’s future BY RON BRINSON Saturday, April 17, 2010 Every dollar cut by the state must be supplanted at the local district level or something has to give, another trick […]

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Why be a change agent?

Some may wonder why we as 21century educators (teachers and teacher librarians alike!) should be “change agents.”  Alan November tells it like it is. Our nation used to be global in their thinking, but somehow lost that need to be global thinkers.  In this short video he outlines how it was, how it is now, […]

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Remember! The monthly teacher librarian webinar is THIS MONDAY, April 5, 2010 at 8PM.  Immerse yourself in conversations centered on being that change agent for your school. What it means to be a Change Agent in Educational Technology Monday April 5 – 8:00 pm. EST Special Guests: Ben Hazzard and Rodd Lucier Hostess: Gwyneth Jones […]

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Confession: Some of this is shamelessly copied from Gwyneth Jones’ Blog, now known as the Daring Librarian! I can’t speak enough about the power of the TL Virtual Cafe meetings. (I blogged about the February one here.)  I was extremely pleased last month to see no less then six South Carolina school librarians in the […]

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The State of the Internet

Scott Mcleod popped this in my twitter feed this morning, and all I could think was how can I share this at school?? I would love to burn it to a DVD and put in our player to loop all day on my big plasma in the library. It’s one of those that you hope […]

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Coming Monday, March 1st we have another school librarian focused (and led) webinar. A free opportunity–can’t say that for webinars released by ALA or ISTE, most of which come with a small fee, but a fee none the less. The last one featured special guest Mike Eisenberg (of Big6 fame and leadership in the field) […]

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