Technology Integration

Student Read Alouds

Listening to an adult or peer read aloud can benefit students at any age. Most states compile a reading list of books that have been nominated for a state reading award annually. For Arkansas, there are three divisions: Arkansas Diamond… Read More ›

Giving Students Choice

When collaborating with teachers, we typically have the end goal in mind. Will this be a Google Slides project, a video using iMovie, a research paper? Students typically ask, “How long does this need to be? How many slides do… Read More ›

Flipping In the Library

The Idea: The flipped classroom model has gained popularity over the past several years. It has students watch a lesson at home and then apply it at school.  This method allows students to do the practice and hands-on experiences in the… Read More ›

Survey the Students

Why Survey Students: Maybe you administer a student survey every year, or maybe you have never surveyed your students. With all of the evaluation systems required by programs like “Race To the Top,” etc. and with every state setting different guidelines for librarian evaluation,… Read More ›