Libraries thrive amid changes in digital age North Brunswick Sentinel With help from teacher Shari Silverman, far left, and Anita Burke, foreground, four-year-old Rudra Rane, center, and his eight-year-old sister Aditi Rane participate in the “Yoga...
Libraries thrive amid changes in digital age East Brunswick Sentinel With help from teacher Shari Silverman, far left, and Anita Burke, foreground, four-year-old Rudra Rane, center, and his eight-year-old sister Aditi Rane participate in the “Yoga...
Innovation In Libraries Can Lead To Innovation In Schools by Terry Heick Libraries are brilliant because books are brilliant. So how we organize those books is no small matter—and deserves additional scrutiny as technology changes things.
Most teachers consider themselves life-long learners. As professionals, teachers are required to complete a certain amount of professional development (PD) every few years to keep their certification current. Usually this PD looks like speakers coming to teacher’s meetings, or educators attending conferences or taking courses at a local college. While these opportunities are ways to advance their craft, many teachers find that they don’t get much as they should from sitting in meetings or classes.
The U.S. Senate passed the Every Child Achieves Act on Thursday, July 16—requiring states to include at least one measure of student supports such as school librarians, school counselors and art and music classes in their accountability systems.
7 Ways to Pay Less for Textbooks Forbes Most school libraries keep copies of popular textbooks in their stacks. You may be able to borrow the book for free or photocopy relevant chapters to use at home.
Wikipedia is often vilified in educational circles. The site’s loudest critics think that it offers biased, non-credible information. Many teachers specifically ban students from using the site from as a reference in research papers.
The 2015 strategic plan for the American Library Association declares, “the rapid shift from print to digital content is one of the more dramatic developments now transforming libraries of all types.”...
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