Looking @ Coordinating Collection, Curriculum, and Library Lessons

As school librarians, it’s our responsibility to develop a library collection that doesn’t rely on generic ‘balance,’ but one that supports our grade level curricula. More than that, we must also create Library Lessons that use those materials for meaningful classroom activities and worthwhile assessments. #NoSweatLibrary #schoollibrary #librarycollection #librarylessons #socialstudies #ELA Continue reading

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Looking @ How to Build a Library Lesson

At first glance, the complexity of my FREE Library Lesson Planner can be daunting compared to other lesson plan templates. Let me take you step-by-step through each section so you’ll understand what it does and why it’s important. #NoSweatLibrary #schoollibrary #librarylesson #lessonplan Continue reading

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Looking @ Helpful Informational Handouts

School Librarians can save a lot of time if we anticipate common questions from students, teachers, administrators, or parents, and prepare helpful informational handouts that are customized for each type of patron. Here are some suggestions & a few FREE downloads. #NoSweatLibrary #schoollibrary #readingpromotion #teachercollaboration #parentcommunication Continue reading

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