There is something really awesome about a city that has such accessible art. From the original and interesting architecture to the funky public art, visitors will not be disappointed. I really enjoyed the (very) short time that we had to walk around and e...
With the new school year, begins Science Inquiry! This year, I am working with 4 physical science teachers and 210 students to journey through the Guided Inquiry process! Over the summer, a team from our school participated in the Summer Inquiry Institute ...
Wise owl and Cheery Bird Welcome Balance: The place where we find our deepest peace is the place where we discover our greatest strength! Respect and Tolerance - expected for and from ALL I am not asking you to do anything that I don't take the time to do...
Welcome back! Seniors arrive with their blur of tie-dye on the first day. One thing for sure, there is always an excitement in the air that is contagious to everyone in the building during the first day of school. This year I am hoping to take a picture...
"Random" Kindness in Memory of Sandy Hook Elementary
About two weeks ago, I was on the receiving end of a random act of kindness in memory of Sandy Hook Elementary. I had taken my daughter and
2013 Louder than a Bomb Massachusetts Youth Poetry Slam Festival
Mass LEAP & Mass Poetry are bringing together over 200 youth poets and mentors from across the state to form community through the art of pe
Glassdoor – an inside look at jobs & companies
Search jobs then look inside. Company salaries, reviews, interview questions, and more - all posted anonymously by employees and job seekers
Libraries of the Future [VISUALIZATION] | LibraryScienceList.com
The following visualization was adapted from PewInternet.com, of a keynote address for the 2012 State University of New York Librarians Asso
School libraries shelve book-boosting plans as more student research goe...
WILMINGTON -- When the Wilmington High School library got rid of around 5,000 of its books, leaving just a few shelves full, one teacher sug
My personal ebook journey and the EBSCO eBook Academic Collection — @joy...
They deserve this e-content as much as the freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors who follow them twenty years from now. I must admit I w
Coming Up Sunday: Dr. Brené Brown on Daring Greatly - @OWNTV #supersouls...
For the past 12 years, Dr. Brené Brown has studied vulnerability, worthiness, shame and courage as a professor at the University of Houston'
The Passion Gap in School | Angela Maiers, Speaker, Educator, Writer
There is a passion gap in education, and students are falling through it and drowning in ennui.
5 Bookish Jobs That Would Make Readers' Lives Better
I recently devoured Ruth Reichl's third memoir, Garlic and Sapphires, which focuses on her six years as the chief restaurant critic for the
The Innovative Educator: 5 ideas for responding to what kids want the na...
5 ideas for responding to what kids want the nation to know about education. I had the pleasure of attending and presenting at EdCampNYC thi
Passion-Driven Teaching and Learning: Presentation and Resources | Angel...
Passion Matters. This presentation and resources will guide you as you make the case for passion in your classroom and organization.
A Media Specialist's Guide to the Internet: Teacher-Librarians
Here's a megalist for my fellow media specialists/teacher-librarians. It's taken a while to gather all the information and I will co
Permission to Play Please - The Power of Play in All Our Lives | Angela ...
The ability to play is is vital for the mental, physical, and spiritual health of kids and adults. Explore the benefits of play in our lives