New school librarian? Help is here!
Truly, library school doesn’t teach you about 95% of what you need to know as a school librarian. So, I’ve decided to dedicate a section of this blog to all the new librarians out there. Please know that the struggle is real. It isn’t you; it’s all of us. We’ve all been there, and we’re here to help.
Happy B2S! For the past three years, all my grade 6-12 students have eaten lunch at the same time. They have 50-minutes for lunch, and
Click here to follow me on BlogLovin! If you are an LM_Net subscriber, you’ve probably seen a lot of questions about middle and
Do you watch Seinfeld reruns? I own all 9 seasons on DVD, and I truly believe that all the idiosyncrasies of life can be boiled
Fact: Elementary students have regularly-scheduled library time every week. This time usually includes a storytime, booktalk, or other lesson, as well as time to browse
Ah, the bane of my existence. Computer lab and trolley booking. I’ve been in charge of these in my last two schools, and while both
You’ve landed your first library job–congratulations! All summer, you’ve looked forward to standing in the middle of your very own library, taking a deep breath,
31 BOOKTALKING TIPS
Looking to up-your booktalking game? Here are 31 tips and 10 Don’ts that will help make your booktalks fabulous! I don’t recommend trying to implement a lot of them at once. Pick one or two and give them a try this week!
(Booktalking Tips is four different posts. Click on a picture below to go to that post.)
It seems my Thursday posts have morphed into a sort of “how-to” section for newer school librarians. Last week’s post was about how to speed-up