I made an infographic. A timely one. Please feel free to use and share as needed. Adapted from ALA’s Office of Intellectual Freedom Blog. You can also download a PDF version here:
As a school librarian, I’ve been tasked with helping to support much of our staff as we transition to remote learning. For those of us in the profession, it’s not a surprise since much of our job is supporting staff in addition to the work we do with students in the library. What is aContinue reading “How Graduate School Prepared Me For Teaching During A Pandemic”
In Kindergarten, we’ve been reading a lot of Eric Carle books. We’re noticing how his illustrations look different than other authors and picking out the elements that make his work unique.
My students at MHS are entirely obsessed with playing chess. We have three soft chess mats that can be moved around the room, the mats are old and ratted and a little bit tired looking. In addition, as part of my library redesign, I’d like to dedicate an area of the library to gaming. ThisContinue reading “Chess Board”
I hope to create an environment that encourages students and staff alike to engage in information-seeking behavior that helps to foster their own curiosity and creativity. It is my responsibility to provide access to services and materials that support the school curriculum and allow users to flourish in the school community. The library should beContinue reading “My School Library Vision Statement:”