What a fabulous day!  Even though I grumbled yesterday about our early 8 a.m. start, my jet lag had me up at 5 a.m.  I found a great coffee shop with an early start and energized.  There were so many new faces, familiar faces and people from my online PLN, that very soon we felt […]

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I submitted this paper today in fulfillment of the requirements for my M.Ed. INTRODUCTION From curious to competitive  I always felt most comfortable working with students in portfolio courses where students knew what they needed to accomplish and had ample opportunity to do and re-do their assignments until they were satisfied.  I came into being […]

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For those of you who haven’t found out about the Pecha Kucha style of presentation, there’s already another kid on the block.  It’s even faster than Pecha Kucha with 20 slides at 15 seconds each. I found it really difficult to do asynchronously but that’s what my professor wanted so I tried. First she had […]

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WARNING: the following response could be seen as a rant.  It probably is. I read the Cochran-Smith & Lytle article with some trepidation.  One of the hard things about being a teacher-librarian in 2013 is that I expect any day now that some policymaker is going to make me redundant.  Ouch.  So when I read […]

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Martin’s research is so refreshing!  I can’t seem to find the link to the actual chapter online but here are a couple of the places you can find her work: http://www.isrn.qut.edu.au/pdf/members/researchers/Martin.member.pdf http://www.e-contentmanagement.com/books/283/please-knock-before-you-enter-aboriginal “Research can help understand problems, or it can perpetuate problems. This is particularly evident in research that involves Aboriginal people because the power […]

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