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EBYR All Over: September 23, 2016

Welcome back to EBYR All Over, a Friday roundup of all the EBYR-related news, reviews, interviews, and other interesting online content we can gather in a given week. 219 more words

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Passion for learning, teaching leads District 36's Todd Burleson to national honor

By Kathy Routliffe • Contact Reporter Pioneer Press

SEPTEMBER 12, 2016, 4:43 PM

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Here is a link to the actual Tribune Article  After a certain amount of time, it will probably be available only for subscribers, so I’ve re-posted the text and images here for my readers. 708 more words

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School Library Journal's School Librarian of the Year: What I've Learned, So Far.

Dear readers,

I remember it like it happened yesterday.  It was June 30th, and I had slept in a bit enjoying one of the first official summer days.   1,457 more words

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News-O-Matic: One of the Best Ways to Develop Readers and

As an educator, I am always looking for ways to integrate various subject areas and keep the content fresh and connected to the world.  Many years ago my mentors used the daily newspaper with their students.   894 more words

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Recognized by the State Superintendent

It’s amazing the way the internet makes the world shrink.  I had an email recently from a superintendent from New York who read my state’s ‘weekly message’ and noticed the brief mention of the School Library Journal’s School Librarian of the Year announcement. 62 more words

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The Hubbard Woods Community Celebrates Our Collaboration!

This morning I opened my email to see our PTO’s newsletter and found myself overwhelmed with emotions: pride, joy and sadness.  It could be me remembering this day fifteen years ago.   163 more words

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String Theory: Projects Merging Math, Art, and Making

This month’s edition of School Library Journal not only has my mug on the front, their blog features a ‘recipe’ I wrote that walks readers through a wonderful project that Judith Campbell, our school’s Math Facilitator and I planned along with our fourth grade teachers. 15 more words

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