Looking Back @ Becoming a Culturally Responsive School Librarian

We can’t be satisfied with promoting a heritage celebration for a month. We must be responsive to cultures, races, and ethnic groups throughout the school year, and work diligently to build respect for diversity within ourselves, our library collection, and our Library Lessons. It’s the only way our students can learn to love themselves. Continue reading

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Looking Back @ Special Multicultural Collections

The Dewey Decimal Classification System is a continually changing system to meet our society’s needs, so a School Librarian can consider modifying it a bit to help students find what they need to be successful in school. Here’s how to make DDC more culturally relevant to today’s student demographics. Continue reading

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Looking Back @ Supporting Reading in Social Studies

Promote content reading in middle school Social Studies by grouping books to create special collections for World Cultures/Geography, State History, and United States History. Here’s how I did it! Continue reading

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