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Classroom Management – It’s Not About Control

Last week I blogged about “Entrance and Exits” and how to manage them for a smooth transition. This week my focus is on what happens in-between the coming and going.  You have many roles as a librarian—information specialist, instructional partner,

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Changes – Either you’re changing…

There are still reminders of the season that was and some days the air has a chill, but winter has past and spring has arrived.  The seasons change, and we all welcome it.  Yet in our own lives we resist

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A Positive View on Procrastination

I admit it.  I have a natural tendency to procrastinate.  When I was a child, my father would say, “Hilda, you have the world’s biggest tomorrow.”  Almost anything could (and sometimes can) divert me from what I “should” be doing—another

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