Text: Central to everything in education, the definition of College & Career Readiness, the essential requirements of the Common Core Standards, the very materials we use to teach. Yet the vast majority of texts used in schools are nothing like the materials adults read in the real world.
Meet Jeanette Walter
Lora Cain's interview with Jeanette Walter:
Lora Cain: What’s the biggest challenge you have ever faced (or are currently facing)?
Jeanette Walter: I have too many ideas and not enough time to fit them in! There are programs, lessons and contests lined up in my brain just
Finding a Way to Promote Libraries and Learning
It’s that time of year: when school systems announce their “Teachers of the Year,” recognizing top-notch teaching and educators who are making a difference.
In conjunction with this, I have my own award I would like to announce: “Legacy Leader.” The
by Sandy Killian
Last year I posted a blog about the library at American Canyon High School that fully supported Bring Your Own Device (BYOD.) It was the first of a two-part blog that discussed the challenges of creating a space conducive to learning and collaboration.
Today our vision of a
LIBRARY JOURNAL reached out to John A. Williams, Director of Digital Products for Follett School Solutions, to participate in a series of interviews addressing libraries’ central role in the transformation of our culture from analog experiences to digital experiences. Read his interview below. F