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.
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 ›