Monthly Archives: April 2016

MLA 8th Edition: Setting a (New?) Standard

I taught high school English for 9 years, have served as a librarian for 11, and have been a teacher for 20 years. The number of times I have talked about citing sources is…well, I don’t really want to count. … Continue reading

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Week 32: Getting There from Here

I have goals. Tons of them. They are represented by many piles of things around the house and around the library. Let me share a few: I can, with all confidence, write that all of these items are unused out … Continue reading

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Week 31: Poetry Palooza

I didn’t make my goal of blogging this last weekend – so I’m doing a very quick update today: We kicked off National Poetry Month with some spine poetry in the library. Students worked in their English class to develop … Continue reading

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Week 30: Genius!

Lisa (8th grade science teacher) took the plunge into unknown territory. Not only is she giving up 2 weeks of curriculum time to let student pursue their own interest (and meet NGSS standards), she is embracing OneNote class notebooks as … Continue reading

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