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Almost Live from Harrisburg–Video of Our Day at the Capitol

    Today we hosted our first legislative breakfast.  I share some of the highlights in the hope that these speakers might inspire others to speak up and help us further a grass-roots movement.  I am delighted that students acted as leaders in this event! Deb Kachel, our legislative chair did an amazing job organizing the [...]

Almost Live from Harrisburg–Video of Our Day at the Capitol

    Today we hosted our first legislative breakfast.  I share some of the highlights in the hope that these speakers might inspire others to speak up and help us further a grass-roots movement.  I am delighted that students acted as leaders in this event! Deb Kachel, our legislative chair did an amazing job organizing the [...]

Conference packing–shoes and accessories

Find more videos like this on TeacherLibrarianNetwork The SLJ blog folks believe that my blog is doing well, but that it might be enhanced by video of the interesting events and people I meet at conferences.  I decided to begin with the stress I experience pre-conference. Tonight, I packed.  Well, I am nearly packed.  I [...]

Conference packing–shoes and accessories

Find more videos like this on TeacherLibrarianNetwork The SLJ blog folks believe that my blog is doing well, but that it might be enhanced by video of the interesting events and people I meet at conferences.  I decided to begin with the stress I experience pre-conference. Tonight, I packed.  Well, I am nearly packed.  I [...]

Writing and vegetables

While I am delighted that the students I teach write far more than students who came before, it seems that when they are not writing for us, when they are emailing or IMing, they don’t really think they are writing. Students separate their formal and casual writing.  Electronic communication is associated more with phone calls [...]

Writing and vegetables

While I am delighted that the students I teach write far more than students who came before, it seems that when they are not writing for us, when they are emailing or IMing, they don’t really think they are writing. Students separate their formal and casual writing.  Electronic communication is associated more with phone calls [...]

What’s going on?

I was going to share two cool little stories but the ones that make me angry cry out to be heard first.  The Washington moms absolutely started something.  But I am afraid it’s going to take a movement, a national mobilization to stop the insanity.  What will it take to get folks to recognize that [...]

What’s going on?

I was going to share two cool little stories but the ones that make me angry cry out to be heard first.  The Washington moms absolutely started something.  But I am afraid it’s going to take a movement, a national mobilization to stop the insanity.  What will it take to get folks to recognize that [...]

Free Britannica for bloggers! (and widgets too)

Bloggers and other regular Web publisher folks can now register for free access to the full content of Britannica Online through Britannica WebShare. The Britannica folks explain their offer to a product that would normally cost $70 a year for individual subscribers. Britannica covers a wide range of topics with thousands of articles and multimedia [...]

Free Britannica for bloggers! (and widgets too)

Bloggers and other regular Web publisher folks can now register for free access to the full content of Britannica Online through Britannica WebShare. The Britannica folks explain their offer to a product that would normally cost $70 a year for individual subscribers. Britannica covers a wide range of topics with thousands of articles and multimedia [...]