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PR newswire Avraham Kadar, M.D. Lauds Study Linking Violent Video Games with Brain Physiology and Function

BrainPOP

PR newswire Avraham Kadar, M.D. Lauds Study Linking Violent Video Games with Brain Physiology and Function

Meet Sonja Cole From Bookwink

(photo courtesy of Sonja Cole)A.B. As a former librarian, could you explain your role at Bookwink and how you got started as a book reviewer? S.C. When I was working in a Middle School library, booktalking was my favorite part of the job. It was so much fun to be able to connect with kids [...]

Meet Sonja Cole From Bookwink

(photo courtesy of Sonja Cole) A.B. As a former librarian, could you explain your role at Bookwink and how you got started as a book reviewer? S.C. When I was working in a Middle School library, booktalking was my favorite part of the job. It was so much fun to be able to connect with [...]

Bookwink Interview Continued

A.B. Explain how educators could benefit from the resources you provide at Bookwink. S.C. Booktalks are a great way to get kids excited about reading. Bookwink provides video booktalks for teachers and librarians to use with kids in their classes, or for kids to access on their own. My hope is that the Bookwink videos will [...]

Bookwink Interview Continued

A.B. Explain how educators could benefit from the resources you provide at Bookwink. S.C. Booktalks are a great way to get kids excited about reading. Bookwink provides video booktalks for teachers and librarians to use with kids in their classes, or for kids to access on their own. My hope is that the Bookwink videos will [...]

Native Peoples and the School Library Media Collection by Lori Feldstein

As Thanksgiving fades further and further into the distance, I thought this would be a fantastic time to talk about multicultural aspects of the library media collection. I am a K-3 library media teacher at a girls’ school in New York City, so I have a very specific audience. However, I do feel that many [...]

Native Peoples and the School Library Media Collection by Lori Feldstein

As Thanksgiving fades further and further into the distance, I thought this would be a fantastic time to talk about multicultural aspects of the library media collection. I am a K-3 library media teacher at a girls’ school in New York City, so I have a very specific audience. However, I do feel that many [...]

Love for the library by Natalie Miller-Moore

If you missed it…see full article HERE.

Love for the library by Natalie Miller-Moore

If you missed it…see full article HERE.