by Dona Helmer If you have never experienced a presentation by Joyce Valenza you deserve to check out something by her in SLJ or see her blog (http://blog.schoollibraryjournal.com/neverendingsearch/). I had the opportunity to see her present at midwinter and I … Continue reading
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by Donna Helmer First of all, let me give you a little background about AASL’s Affiliate Assembly. It was created in 1977 to give librarians a way to share their concerns with AASL Directors. There are two delegates from each … Continue reading
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presented by Alice Keeler Submitted by Laura Guest Assignment created for my 6th grades Students Using Google Classroom will allow for quicker feedback from both the teacher and from classmates. Alice states the importance of immediate feedback and often says … Continue reading
Presented by Alice Keeler Submitted by Laura Guest “Alice Keeler holds a Masters in Educational Media Design and Technology and is a Google Certified Teacher, New Media Consortium K12 Ambassador, Microsoft Innovative Educator and LEC Admin & Online and Blended … Continue reading
Presented by Samuel Jordan, Alaska Department of Education Written by Laura Guest My first session of the conference was a session on Skype in the Classroom. Six years ago I attended a session at a different conference and I tried … Continue reading
By Laura Guest About 20 of us gathered for movie night. After a brief introduction from Cordova’s Superintendent Alex Russin we watched the one and a half hour film. One of the quotes from the film’s website is “Most Likely … Continue reading
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Check out Caitlin’s information-rich smore posters. There are several links embedded in the posters themselves. Click on any of the buttons below to begin your exploration. ~kr, ed.
Explosives and Experiments Amanda Kiely – Ketchikan Public Library Amanda led us through a handful of the hands-on experiments that she uses in her children’s program at the Ketchikan Public Library. The focus is on exploration, inquiry and “making a … Continue reading