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Makerspaces Failure & Success: The Only Way to Learn
For the last two years our district has been integrating the #makerspace movement into our libraries.  I love it!  Here is a quick blog post about some of my successes and failures throughout the journey. Makerspace Logistics Audience: Gra (More)
For the Love of Poetry
I love poetry month!  I offered poetry lessons for our kindergarten through fifth grade classes and met with 21/27 of them.  I shared a google spreadsheet with our staff and asked them to sign up if they wanted a lesson.  Of course, the first link I (More)
Responsible Researchers
For a long time now I have promoted the use of Google search for students of any age. Why? Because it isn\'t going anywhere and instead of fearing the things that students can find, we need to teach them how to use the search engine responsibly.  Wha (More)
Some Rules Need Revisions
I began writing this Oct. 3, but now that I am on fall break I have time to finish it! 🙂 As always, thank you for reading! I. Am. Exhausted. Last night our school held parent/teacher conferences and I thought it would be the perfect timing to see (More)
\"Keep creating!\"
I received information from @caharvey2 that Baker and Taylor was supporting a coloring contest based on the book The Day the Crayons Quit written by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.  I love this book and the different personalities of (More)

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