School librarians and information professionals unconditionally endorse the power of voice. We personify speaking up, advocating, and sharing our truths. Ensuring our communities are seen and represented is our mission. We are teaching and learning through our school libraries… Read More ›
In my school, we use a hybrid schedule in the library. This means that all lessons taught in first through third grade are done in collaboration with the homeroom teacher. The goal is to teach the library and… Read More ›
“Complex Library News” I previously wrote about my efforts to reestablish a library presence for my middle school’s students, starting with a website. Once I had a digital presence put together, the next step was to let folks know about… Read More ›
From Empathy and Virtual Reality to Math Escape Rooms: The Award Winning Work at the Norman North Library!
A Day in the Life of the Norman North Library If you ask us what a typical day at our high school library is like, the answer is always going to be “depends on the day, but it’ll be fun!”… Read More ›
Let’s Celebrate Our School Librarian Colleagues! Throughout our educational journeys, we all have had mentors and colleagues that have supported us along the way. Whether it was personal interactions, formal mentorships, hearing them speak at conferences, or through a professional… Read More ›
There’s something your students are reading with intensity on their phones and computers, and it could very easily slip past you. It’s the manhwa and webtoons. We’re right on the precipice of these titles becoming a frequent request in libraries…. Read More ›
In 2019, I wrote a blog post explaining how the school librarians in my district advocate for our school library through a monthly newsletter for administrators. While we continue that practice, some of my secondary colleagues and I have also… Read More ›