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Sarah J Betteridge
Wife, mother, teacher librarian, reader, gardener, digital curator, passionate promoter of literacy, lifelong learning & all things library. All views my own.
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Sarah J Betteridge May 4
That should read "Canva"
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Sarah J Betteridge May 4
Also love using technology tools such as Can't & get students to promote their favourite books with posters and/or booksnaps which get displayed with the book.
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Sarah J Betteridge May 4
We are getting students to write brief recommendations as shelf reader reviews, linked to their Reading Challenge log sheets (similar to those in bookshops). We have a display going with these recommendations with the book & keep topping it up as they walk off the shelf!
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Margaret K. Merga Mar 30
E or paper textbooks for students? I was interviewed by the Sydney Morning Herald for this piece in the papers today:
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Margaret K. Merga Apr 7
Nice to see the gap closing, and I comment. NAPLAN shows boys catching up to girls in reading
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Margaret K. Merga Apr 16
Building a school reading culture: Teacher librarians’ perceptions of enabling and constraining factors. Our new paper out today in ! Abstract here:
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Margaret K. Merga Apr 11
I have 50 free ePrints of my article "Do Librarians Feel that Their Profession Is Valued in Contemporary Schools?" to give away! Available here:
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MY Education London🇬🇧 Apr 19
Ten books every teacher should read. ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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SCIS Apr 22
Breaking down barriers, building community, encouraging a love for literature ... magic happens in a library. Kudos and
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Elena(Helen) Tomazin Apr 23
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SCIS Apr 23
Pop over to the SCIS Vimeo page to see our range of help videos. Our latest videos 'Unmatched records in SCIS Data' and 'Online cataloguing requests' are ready to view at We are continuing to update the page with...
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SCIS Apr 23
Thank you to Dylan Owen and for this list of Services to Schools resources designed to support teachers and students doing inquiry and learning about the Anzac tradition, Gallipoli, and World War 1 (WW1).
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One More Page Apr 23
These women (, , Lizzy Martin) are total legends and we’re so excited to share their teacher-librarian wisdom with you this ep. Hear top tips for getting kids reading, what makes a fab school library and why
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SCIS Apr 25
Top 10 tips for making reading the thing in your school. "Really important that we allow children to make choices around books ... sometimes we've got to let them read the books that really appeal to them".
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SCIS Apr 25
Mark Ray is changing the conversation from "shh..." to "How can I help you with technology?"
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SCIS Apr 25
Connections 109 is now online! In our cover piece, Morris Gleitzman discusses the uniquely contributive role of school libraries, and how parents and...
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Students Need School Libraries Apr 26
Thank you to for this article about the campaigns d importance of school libraries. What can you do? Spread the message far and wide
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Elizabeth Hutchinson Apr 27
The foundation to our children's understanding of the world for themselves comes from access to a school library with a librarian. Read why two campaigns across the world are saying the same thing. Students need great school libraries
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Barbara Band Apr 27
Two school library campaigns on opposite sides of the world but with the same aims
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Jackie Child Apr 27
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