Monthly Archives: August 2013

LIBRARIANS MIMIC BEASTIE BOYS AND MORE TEACHERS BEHAVING BADLY – Baeble Music (blog)

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LIBRARIANS MIMIC BEASTIE BOYS AND MORE TEACHERS BEHAVING BADLY
Baeble Music (blog)
LIBRARIANS MIMIC BEASTIE BOYS AND MORE TEACHERS BEHAVING BADLY. THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2013 | POSTED BY: OWEN REUTHER. Tweet.

Cindy Tschernitz‘s insight:

This is just bizarre!

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Curriculum & Leadership Journal | School libraries and teacher-librarians: evidence of their contribution to student literacy and learning

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Cindy Tschernitz‘s insight:

Great article for all to read and present to your Principal. 

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School Libraries and Student Achievement |

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School Libraries and Student Achievement http://t.co/iZDZLwq6un #bctla #tlchat #teacher-librarians #bced #edchat

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20 Ways Libraries Are Using Pinterest Right Now – Edudemic

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Pinterest is taking the social media world by storm, and it isn’t just popular with individual users.

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RLIANZA resource for School Library staff – SLANZA

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Many of our members, and others working in New Zealand school libraries, take part in LIANZA’s Professional Registration scheme. Maintaining a journal as part of the process of revalidation can be very challenging, and …

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Rich, poor gap widens in schools – Stuff.co.nz

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Rich, poor gap widens in schools
Stuff.co.nz
The data is broken down by gender and ethnicity and includes each school’s scholarship, literacy and numeracy results. It means all parents can search for information relating to their child’s school.

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New York City public schools are quietly using fewer librarians

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Officials estimate more than half of the city’s high schools are in violation of state regulations that require schools to employ either part-time or full-time librarians, depending on enrollment. (Will classroom bookshelves replace school libraries?

Cindy Tschernitz‘s insight:

Interesting that this is mandated but they still disregard

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