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Strong School Libraries Build Strong Students - 60 views

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    Infographic showing research on the impact of school libraries on student achievment
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    Infographic showing research on the impact of school libraries on student achievment
Derrick Grose

Seeing food as a whole - 9 views

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    Food policy analyst Wayne Roberts, author of the No-Nonsense Guide to World Food, provides insights into challenges and solutions to the problems of feeding the world.
Derrick Grose

Fun ways to promote healthy eating in your classroom, library or school - 19 views

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    Health Canada provides free educational resources for use in K-12 schools.
Derrick Grose

Teacher-Librarians as Content Curators: Strong Contexts, New Possibilities - 13 views

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    Anita Brooks Kirkland explores an important aspect of the changing nature of teaching and learning in school libraries and the learning commons. As always, her theoretical considerations are attached to very practical applications that may be useful today!
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    Anita Brooks Kirkland explores the role of teacher-librarians as curators of digital collections in this column that integrates research with practical applications of new dimensions in teacher-librarianship.
Derrick Grose

Graphic Novel describes military life in the era of Afghanistan - 1 views

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    Graphic Illustrator and author David Collier talks about writing graphic non-fiction works including Chimo which talks about his experiences in the armed forces and his affection for print as opposed to electronic media.
Derrick Grose

Resources for Remembrance from Veterans Affairs Canada - 0 views

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    Alan Banman describes on-line resources for teaching about Remembrance Day from Veterans Affairs Canada--also valuable for teaching Canadian History
Derrick Grose

Contemporary West African Griot - 2 views

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    Adwoa Badoe explains how, "Like the traditional West African Griot, I inform, entertain and inspire society." Her children's books and novels for young adults provide students with a glimpse of traditional and contemporary West African culture and the lives of immigrants.
Derrick Grose

"Be open, be hip, be brave, be curious." - 4 views

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    Interview with Pirate Radio Co-Founder, broadcaster and marketing guru Terry O'Reilly who hosts "The Age of Persuasion."
Maria José Vitorino

Rethinking the Library to Improve Information Literacy | Edutopia - 92 views

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    A good point made by a teacher about SL future and teaching mode future... in english. Blog de Andrew Marcinek. Post from last Summer; see coments too.
Derrick Grose

"Based on a book" book club - 53 views

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    Kristen Barbour describes how a different kind of book club prepares students for coping with some of the real world challenges they may face after graduation.
Derrick Grose

Clearing the Fog About the Cloud: Some Relationship Advice - 101 views

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    Anita Brooks-Kirkland provides practical advice about choosing technology that is appropriate for both you and your students in the most recent issue of School Libraries in Canada.
Derrick Grose

The virtual library as a learning hub - 33 views

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    Anita Brooks-Kirkland describes the transformation of the school library website into a virtual learning commons and advocates the allocation of sufficient resources to achieve the goal.
anonymous

School Libraries in Canada - Homepage - 15 views

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    This issue focuses on resources for commemorating Canada's Remembrance Day on November 11th. In addition to author interviews with Sharon E. McKay and Monique Polak, it also includes features related to the contributions of Canadian First Nations in the military the Holocaust. There is an article by Anita Brooks-Kirkland on "The virtual library as a learning hub" and one by Carol Koechlin and Sandi Zwann entitled "Engage and grow with questions."
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