Introduction – Techniques for Effective Technology Integration

My peers both here and on Twitter were very helpful and encouraging in getting me to write the book that I am working on. Below, I have put download links in both .doc and .pdf form, as well as embedded the introduction via Scribd. This is very much in the first draft . . . → Read More: Introduction – Techniques for Effective Technology Integration

New Lesson: 1920s Radio Show

As I librarian, I value collaboration and resource sharing. While I am not yet at the point where I am sharing as many resources as Larry Ferlazzo, I do want to start sharing and collaborating more online, as I try to do with my staff. Recently, a history teacher I work with . . . → Read More: New Lesson: 1920s Radio Show

Change Doesn’t Always Start With The Young

It is been a long while since I could honestly say that I was impressed by a member of central office staff, but we have a consulting teacher for secondary literacy here who I believe deserves recognition. Her name is Mrs. Williams and her job is to support all of the middle . . . → Read More: Change Doesn’t Always Start With The Young