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Being a #ConnectedEducator is vital in today’s fast-paced, social media world. We have taken a look at what it means to be a connected educator, creating a stellar profile, defining your brand, and following people, hashtags, and companies. AASL’s School… Read More ›
Shannon McClintock Miller, Teacher Librarian and blogger at The Library Voice, along with Mark Ray, Director of Innovation and Library Services at Vancouver (WA) Public Schools presented at the second round of Concurrent Sessions at #AASL17. Shannon and Mark are… Read More ›
How often do you hear the phrase “but that’s not a reading book”? Many books fall into the “not reading book” category: maps, cookbooks, craft books, I Spy books, Where’s Waldo books, and so on. It is our duty as… Read More ›
The phrase “see one, do one, teach one” is often used for medical personnel, particularly trainees focused in surgical areas. The phrase reflects a method of teaching in which a surgical student will observe a procedure, perform the procedure on… Read More ›