By Bob Hand When most people are asked to imagine what a library usually looks like, they... Bob Hand April 9, 2017. Today I cannot imagine having a library without a blog as it is such a vital conduit between the LRC and our school community, particularly our students that I only teach weekly for 45 minutes.

Librarian’s Quest A regularly-updated blog of book reviews for the middle grades. It has also provided a means for me to connect professionally and share ideas with other blogging TLs which is invaluable when you are the only TL at your school. Prince George’s Memorial Library System Statement and Resources. Manifesto for 21st Century Teacher Librarians. My name is Christina, and I was an elementary teacher, college assistant professor, and librarian for numerous years. Reinforcing Prepositions with the ArtisanCam Picture Book Maker . Before this course was undertaken the view that I had of a teacher librarian (TL) was that of most other people: that the teacher librarian manages the books and teaches students about fiction and non-fiction books in a non-contact lesson. Jones is a Google Certified Innovator & Ambassador, a PBS / MPT American Graduate Champion,of Change, PBS, NTTI, & MPT Teacher of the Year (2001), and the author of the award winning The Daring Librarian blog. Thursday, September 30, 2010. We are making it available here to ensure that all of our readers have seen it.

Libraries as Sites of Enchantment, Participatory Culture, and Learning Curated by Buffy J. Hamilton Ideas and resources to develop the concept of … Jun 7, 2017 - Bloggers who are, and who interest, teacher librarians. My hope is to make life easier for you by sharing proven activities, reviews, tips, and tricks.

Who can forget going to the library in primary and high school? Manifesto for 21st Century Teacher Librarians. Home ; About Me; Digital Portfolio & Presentations; Just keep trying things! Mighty Little Librarian Tiffany Whitehead's Blog. News & Events May 18, 2015. Monarch's Librarian Blog A peek into the mind of an elementary school librarian. Please suggest blogs that I have missed or ask to collaborate!. 3/9/2018 Last year I wrote a Beyond the Books grant to purchase a 5 pack of Bloxels video game builder kits. I love digital storytelling. Read More. It has been reprinted and reproduced numerous times and in many places. The PGCMLS is an outstanding community resource and advocate … teacher librarian Browsing. Library Grits Written by a teacher librarian with experience in international schools and library planning and consulting. Bloggers in Children’s and Young Adult Literature. November 19, 2019 November 19, 2019 - librariantiff 1 Comment.

Then, you come back and link your blog post up at the bottom of this post in the linky tool.Grab the button above and link back to this post on your blog. 8 Leveled Reading Websites for the Classroom . By Jessica Sanders Leveled reading websites allow students to read the same text, regardless of their level... Jessica Sanders January 26, 2017. Teacher Librarians of the 21st Century Curated by Mrs. N Ideas and Resources for the 21st Century Teacher Librarian. This book was made with the ArtisanCam Picture Book Maker. The Teacher Librarian: Blog Bulletin Boards Trainings > > > I Survived Themed Video Games. The Daring Librarian- librarian Gwyneth Anne Bronwynne Jones' blog The Dewey Blog- all about Dewey and cataloging DIY Librarian- Tara Murphy Lauren's Library Blog- Lauren Pressley talks about the future of libraries Librarian By Day- Bobbi L. Newman Librarian in the Cloud- librarian Heather Braum's blog A Librarian's Guide to Etiquette- fun site By Joyce Kasman Valenza. Castilleja School Library A school library blog that provides information about reading events, author visits, and more in the Palo Alto area. Bloggers who focus on children and young adult literature are listed by blog name and generally feature book reviews, interviews, and reading news.

See more ideas about Teacher librarian, Librarian, Teacher. Teacher-Librarian Blogs Instructional Resources and Teaching Tools for School Librarians ‎ > ‎ These blogs are written by educators who practice inquiry-based instruction and collaboration either in their libraries, their classrooms, or in workshops/confererence presentations. When I saw this twitpic from @kditzler, the gears in my brain started turning. The following was sent to patrons and others by the Prince George’s County Memorial Library System We think you will find it useful. I started blogging because we are all lifelong learners. Part C-Critical Synthesis .

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