Category Archives for : Advocates
These tools are some of the tried and true resources we use on a daily basis throughout our district. You’ll.Read More
Library Media Tech Talk July
Hello, friends! I just got back from attending the ISTE conference in San Antonio, Texas. It was amazing to see.Read More
MAKE Time for Learning in the Summer…At Home!
For me, one of the most powerful pieces of the Maker Movement is that it is based on the belief.Read More
6 concerning trends in digital collection development
I recently joined an American Association of School Librarians (AASL) working group that will develop guidelines to help librarians make.Read More
Strategy for Evaluating Student Work (Cont.)In my last few Bibliotech.me posts, I reflected on what students understand and know how to do in terms of. Read More
The District Teacher of the Year is a School Librarian!
Balloons, banners and flowers filled the classrooms of three teachers at Chesterfield County schools today. School Board members and school.Read More
Makerspaces Around the World
“You grow more when you get more people’s perspectives.” ~ Mark Zuckerberg One of the most rewarding parts about writing.Read More
Library Media Tech Talk
Hello, friends! This month I have some cool websites and digital tools to share! I learned about most of these.Read More
Out of the Box Approach to Planning Makerspaces
Don’t think outside the box…Think like there is no box. ~ Unknown One of the most rewarding experiences in writing.Read More
AASL’s Social Media Superstars!
TYSL Advisory Board Members are being recognized! See how many are nominated as Social Media Superstars, with the committee chaired.Read More
Twitter is the New Business Lesson
In November, the Stanford History Education Group (SHEG) released the executive summary of a study they had worked on for.Read More
How to Grade 75 Bibliographies in a Jiffy
This is super quick and a little sloppy, but super helpful. Sydnye Cohen and I started this system back in.Read More