Tagged: students

How to Be Brave: The Year of the Makerspace

How to Be Brave: The Year of the Makerspace

I’ve been thinking about this post by Cari Young over at “The Centered School Library” blog, as well as the last few issues of School Library Journal and I think as a school library...

How to Be Brave: Book Checkout Limits and Sacred Cows

How to Be Brave: Book Checkout Limits and Sacred Cows

In School Library Journal’s October 2012 issue, the cover article centered on the hot topic of Dewey vs. METIS classification systems, but the best advice I found was in the “Next Big Thing” follow-up...

How to Be Brave: Simplifying Dewey

How to Be Brave: Simplifying Dewey

I’ve written recently about my goal this year to be brave (or fierce), no matter what my district or the Department of Ed throw at me.  Though I’ve already had a few challenges with...

Student comments and feedback

Student comments and feedback

General comments & suggestions from students: “The Nook was cool” “More books for girls” “I think we should get more of todays [sic] books.  And some a little more challenging” The third one is...