Each week we’ve voted with a Google Form that was set to allow students to see the results after their vote. There are quite a few steaming students upset with me since this week’s round has closed results! I want it to be a surprise when we announce our winner Friday, March 27th.
Tag Archive 'LibraryMarchMadness'
Being at the #SCASL15 Conference last week, I’m a little late posting it. Here are our current Library March Madness standings.
We are voting each Thursday, so today was decision day in the first round of our Library March Madness Tournament. Our Sweet Sixteen are now officially down to our Elite Eight. Image Attributions: Book Covers are compliments of GoodReads. All other images are my own.
I put up our Library March Madness Brackets today. I will put up more Monday, including a Bracket Challenge, a Title for this display, and how the books made it into the tournament. I don’t necessarily need it, though, as MANY students who passed as I was putting this up today asked me when the […]
I haven’t seen the Divergent flick yet, but Kimberly over at Stacked does an awesome job here helping me brace myself for the movie. I may not have noticed book discrepancies as much since it has really been a LONG time since I read the first and even the second installment. That’s another beauty of […]
Posted in Library Brand on Mar 24th, 2014
It’s championship week in the library. Our kids are really buzzing over the finale of our 2014 Library Book March Madness Tournament. There was a close election (between Hunger Games Trilogy and The Fault in our Stars) for one of our finalists, and I SO wanted The fault in Our Stars to win. Alas, it […]
We enter the third week of our Library March Madness Tournament with expected results (at least expected for me.) Here is what was posted for our students. I am pleased with the number of students “voting” online. Im sure smart phones have something to do with that. Our first week we drew sixteen names from […]
Wow has it been a crazy week! I’ve been working with another class on the Destiny Quest Book Review Project (a Destiny Quest review, an MLA Style paper (review) that includes the students’ written reviews and citations for books and pictures, and finally either a book poster or a book video trailer.) This class is […]
Last year during the spring semester I swiped an idea from a neighboring district’s USC library intern (Karen Meharg, a now fully certified and working school librarian), and set to create a Library Book Tournament for my school. It was dubbed our “Library March Madness,” and patterned after the well-known NCAA Basketball Tournament (though a […]