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Librarians as Paradigm Shifters for Justice
Maisha T. Winn
School librarians, like classroom teachers, can be socialized into punitive cultures in schools. However, school librarians can and do actively resist these norms. Here, I offer four pedagogical stances for paradigm shifting toward justice that can inform the work librarians are doing in schools. Read More
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Tom Bober, Elementary School
Lesson Plan: Podcasting to Document Student Experiences
by Tom Bober
Middle & High School
Curriculum Connections for Kent State
Coding Careers in Entertainment and Games
This series provides a well-rounded introduction to a high interest field. The titles are all designed to give middle school readers general background and guidance to prepare for a successful career path. Read More
WildLives: 50 Extraordinary Animals that Made History
This book shares the true stories behind 50 extraordinary animals. With each animal, the reader learns a bit of their background and how they made history. This is an excellent choice to kick-off animal research. Read More
Note from the Editor
Sylvia M. Vardell
Memoirs Start Now
You might be surprised to know that many writers over the years have captured their memories through poetry. Let's look at some interesting and varied examples of how authors have explored memories through poetry. Read More
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Dear Dara
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Information Literacy and Information Skills Instruction: New Directions for School Libraries
by Nancy Pickering Thomas, Sherry R. Crow, Judy A. Henning, and Jean Donham