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Courtney Pentland Jul 15
PJ PD this Sat 7/20 at 8:30 AM CST This is a new offering from , but you don't have to be a member to attend. Read any article(s) from the May or June to share/discuss. This chat is LIVE only & will not be recorded. (1/2)
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Jen Lyon Jan 8
A10 Be visible and never stop. It would be way easier to just hang out in library land but it’s important for us to get out, go to planning meetings, talk to people, ask questions, promote ourselves as resources and partners, and share our ideas with teachers
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Emmy Fiala Jun 18
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Nate Balcom Feb 12
A3: Even the Jedi needed librarians:
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cclanin Dec 1
Day1: I’m Carla from IA. Here are 3 🎄 stories I love, but there are so many more!
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Kellie Mihovk May 21
End of the year fun activity with mini golf in the library.
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Dr. Кrista Welz, Ed.D. May 5
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Jenny Wirtz Dec 9
Day 9 of 12 days of Made with app ❤️
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Joan Hansen Dec 2
Day 2:favorite place to read is next to my grandkids, or in my lawn chair. Winter:audio while quilting. Now: everything Chris Grabenstein, to be ready for his visit.
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Jenahlee Chamberlain Jun 23
Read a bunch of fabulous picture books at the @iowacitypubliclibrary this week! Here were some of my favorites! What have you been reading this summer?
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Kimberly Rues Apr 9
A2: In the past five years, I've seen so much more of "library" taking place outside the four walls of the actual media center. I welcome it in some ways as it lends itself to integration.
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Dr. Кrista Welz, Ed.D. May 27
Libraries are for making! Use this graphic I designed to add a little “makerspace” to your library! Got a few tips of your own? Reply with your tips! Sharing helps us grow!
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Ashley Cooksey Jul 6
If you're a digital badge/micro-credential collector, how do you keep track of your badges & WHY? Working on a blog post so your input & name may be used. Bonus for screenshot examples. Ex: I keep a spreadsheet & Google Folder.
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Traci Chun Mar 25
A1: I grew up loving libraries & reading. Had a magical elementary librarian. Was teaching ELA when my district offered me opportunity to work as TL while earning my endorsement. Best decision ever. ❤️
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Tania Castillo Jan 8
A3 I host Family Makerspace Nights for our entire community, a monthly book club in collaboration with the local public librarian, and a family book club with one of my teachers
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Kimberly Rues Apr 9
A5: I believe with all my heart in individual readers conferences - time to get to know a reader, then curating a personal menu of options. There's power in relationship.
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John Schu Jan 22
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LibrarySaetveit Dec 2
12 Days of , Day 2: My book nook! I am going to start reading "Becoming" today. At work, I'm reading "The Whydah" and "The Opposite of Hate." (Not pictured: the curtain rod my four-year-old twins pulled down or the pile of laundry next to me.)
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Rachel Scholze Jul 1
I was thinking of having some of my talented and gifted kids do podcasts of book reviews. I know there are other schools that do that already. Do you think it’s ok to attempt to try without taking away from someone else? Just planning
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Corey Rogers Dec 8
Day 8 of - I love playing board games and baking with my family!
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