April is National Poetry Month, and I love celebrating it in the library. Poetry can be used for all ages to develop research skills and practice the writing process. Writing Free Verse with K-2 In my primary classes, I read… Read More ›
Collaboration: Building Relationships One Person at a Time
Let’s admit it: collaborating with fellow educators can be a rewarding experience. After attending conferences or participating in professional learning communities, we are excited about sharing new titles, the latest tech tools, and/or trends in social emotional teaching and learning…. Read More ›
A Serendipitous Moment Sparks a Writing Club
The culture of a school library is sometimes seen as a space of boredom and monotony. However, as a librarian, I am open to new ideas, and this is how I came to dream, organize, and create the Warriors Writing… Read More ›
What Do We Know about the Writing Process?
We all love books or we would not be in the library business. Unless we are authors, how often do we think about the actual writing process? What do the authors of our addiction go through to write books that… Read More ›