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Robert Schuetz
"Living-2-Learn while Learning-2-Live"
"Living-2-Learn while Learning-2-Live"
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Four Reasons Why a Library Makerspace Makes Sense
"Making in the library is about offering students opportunities to move from simply being users and consumers to being creators, by providing them with the spaces, tools, and resources they need."  - Laura Fleming Under what conditions does your best learni...

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Finding the Fulcrum
In 2016, twice as many Americans obtained their news online instead of print. Approximately 3/4 of adult Americans interact with others through social media. Nine out of ten Americans are online, and a majority of these users are using time online to suppor...

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Finding the Fulcrum
In 2016, twice as many Americans obtained their news online instead of print. Approximately 3/4 of adult Americans interact with others through social media. Nine out of ten Americans are online, and a majority of these users are using time online to suppor...

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The Subtle Beauty of Early Morning Learning Walks
A few weeks ago, I wrote about how wearable technology was changing my behavior for the better. After a month of walking at least 8000 steps per day, I've upped my daily step goal to 10,000. Apparently, 10,000 steps (approximately 5 miles) per day is one of...

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Blogging; Picture This
"Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language." - Walt Disney Readers are more likely to view and remember blog posts that include visual content. According to  speakerBOX , content with imag...

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Leaders, They May Be Closer Than You Think
In 1964 while ruling on an obscenity case, United States Supreme Court Justice Potter Stewart famously asserted that he would not attempt to define hard-core pornography, but stated simply, "I know it when I see it."   Leadership can be a nebulous term for ...

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Board Games in the School Library: 3 Reasons Why It's a Winning Play
"Play is the highest form of research."  - Albert Einstein “Play is the work of the child.”  – Maria Montessori In our recently remodeled school media center, we have a space dedicated to active engagement in fun learning activities. Part maker space, part ...

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Spaces and Places for Learning
"There is an opportunity to use design to craft a new invitation and journey for education and for learning." - David Jakes It seems like yesterday, but it was actually two years ago when educator-now-consultant, David Jakes , led our district level worksho...

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Praising with Intent in the Classroom
"Praise, when used correctly, can help students become adults who delight in intellectual challenge, understand the value of effort, and are able to deal with setbacks. Praise can help students make the most of the gifts they have." - Carol Dweck "Good job!...

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My Blog Story; Learning Through Sharing
After three failed attempts at using Twitter for professional learning, I finally got the gist of it. Rather, I found a tweeting system that worked for me while supporting a growing professional learning network. Nearly five years ago, I was approached by a...
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