Monthly Archives: September 2014

Two (or more) Fun Updates

My day started with a huge pile of duct tape (thanks Kim West!) and it has ended with kids who are excited about Battle of the Books for this year. Really – how lucky am I? 🙂 I even filled … Continue reading

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Autumn

Our plans tonight include a pork roast, roasted delicata squash, braised kale, and friends. Most of the windows are closed at night, and I grabbed an extra blanket for the first time in months. The season has turned to (I … Continue reading

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KiMS Library Bookmarks

This ideas came from Tiffany Whitehead (@librarian_tiff), who is encouraging and full of ideas. Okay – upon further reflection – I just used what she did and made it available to my students. Nothing changed on her form, but the … Continue reading

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Library Newsletter Vol. 1 Issue #2

Website to Explore: Edudemic At its essence, Edudemic is a blog that provides hundreds (well, thousands) of ideas, tips, and inventive ways to use technology in the classroom. I follow them in Twitter and get lots of new ideas for … Continue reading

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New Era!

My friend Bethany says that when she started in her library 4 years ago, she was playing music while working. The custodian came (nearly running) into her space, looking to solve the problem of the noisy music. She calmly told … Continue reading

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Library Newsletter Vol. 1 Issue #1

Great Website: Looking for a way to get students engaged and have some fun? Check out Kahoot – the site I used in our training on Friday. Set up a (free) account and get started. Students can work alone or … Continue reading

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