Margaret Sullivan is a librarian at Rockwood Summit High School and also serves as the lead librarian for the Rockwood School District. A past president of the Missouri Association of School Librarians, Margaret's professional interests include advocacy, teacher collaboration, professional development, equity, and YA literature. You can connect with her on Twitter @mm_sullivan.
I believe literacy is at the heart of everything we do as school librarians. Students must be able to read in order to effectively inquire, include, collaborate, curate, explore, and engage. And, as we all know, reading promotes lifelong learning…. Read More ›
Word cloud created with Tagxedo. Over the summer, Becky, one of my social studies teachers, tagged my co-librarian, Elaine, and me in a Facebook post. Becky was asking for ideas on how to promote civil conversations in her… Read More ›
I joined the Missouri Association of School Librarians (MASL) in 2001 and started taking an active role in the organization in 2004. As a classroom teacher and later as a school librarian, I’ve always believed membership in professional organizations is… Read More ›
My favorite aspect of the AASL National Conference is the fact I can personalize the experience to meet my professional learning needs. When I attended AASL National in Hartford in 2013, I was looking for new ideas to encourage my… Read More ›