Monthly Archives: January 2014


While School Librarian’s Workshop subscribers will soon be receiving their February/ March 2014 issue, I am almost finished with the April/May 2014.  With April being Math Awareness Month, I have STEM on my brain.  If you recall a previous blog

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Who Knows You Are Essential?

An interesting discussion has been taking place on the School Librarian’s Workshop Facebook page.  It began when I reposted Ruth V. Small’s report on the  research study she has done at the Center for Digital Literacy (showing “young innovators perceive

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Questions and Answers

A Buffy Hamilton post (‘sponsors-literacy-and-learning-peeling-back-layers) which I shared on The School Librarian’s Facebook page, reminded me about the important differences between questions and answers.  In the current situation with the Common Core Curriculum, our schools are focused more than ever

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