Librarian Crush – Folks I’m loving right now

About to start our second week of school, and after the first 3 days of teacher planning week I'd just like to make a quick shout-out to some people who make a librarian's heart very happy! The new teacher, overloaded with moving continents with a family who came into the library and borrowed 4 books … Continue reading Librarian Crush – Folks I’m loving right now

Assessment Item 3: Literature Critique

  The challenges of the school library as an evolving learning space Word Count: 2,628   Bibliographic details: IDEO. (2014). Design thinking for libraries - a toolkit for patron-centered design (p. 121). IDEO, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Retrieved from Haycock, K. (2007). Collaboration: Critical success factors for student learning. School Libraries Worldwide, 13(1), … Continue reading Assessment Item 3: Literature Critique

A linguistic Trio – part 2 Crisfield

Crisfield (Blog) Like Rojas, Crisfield began by dispelling some of the common "mummy myths" around language, particularly that it was easier to learn for children - she said something that every parent with older children will have personal experience of - "no it's still hard, but they're just too small to complain". Although they are more … Continue reading A linguistic Trio – part 2 Crisfield