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Calling All Amateurs!

The school library should house amateurs of every stripe. We seek to inspire curiosity, stoke the imagination, and nurture passionate study. Don’t sell the amateur short. In contrast to the professional and the expert, a mere amateur could be seen… Read More ›

Connecting with Policymakers: Conversations about the National School Library Standards for Learners, School Librarians, and School Libraries

By Mary Keeling, Chair, Standards Implementation Task Force, and Kathryn Roots Lewis, Standards Editorial Board How will you discuss the National School Library Standards with policymakers? Join Mary Keeling, Kathryn Roots Lewis, and Kathy Mansfield in a webinar designed to… Read More ›

Video Creation – Design and Content

When students demonstrate their learning through video creation, I love to see the students’ creativity in action. Students have opportunities to create images and music collaboratively with their peers while showing new knowledge gained during the unit. Recently, our goal… Read More ›

What’s a Hashtag?

In last month’s post, What is a #ConnectedEducator, we looked at a few ways we can become more connected virtually and share online. Being a connected educator is one of the best ways to build your personal learning network, connect… Read More ›