I’m very fortunate as the Library I work for has the most diverse collection, which supports teachers, and educators across Victoria. But I know only too well of Libraries that aren’t. Angela P. Dodson expands on the importance of diversity in Children’s Libraries with a thought provoking article.
A very interesting article on the classic of Green Eggs and Ham. I’ve always read it as a matter of consent, rather than persistence. So it’s interesting to see it being used in a classroom setting.
I drove out to Dunolly to attend a fabulous event there, and wanted to share with you some of the Fantastic WIW2019 – Thanks Everyone!
The No Excuse for Abuse campaign aims to raise awareness of non-physical abuse and make it clear there is never an excuse for any type of abuse against women. It is an initiative of Our Watch and funded by the Australian Government Department of Social Service
This great article from the School Library Journal is mandatory reading for those of us who try and move mountains everyday. I feel the tips also apply to working parents too.
A thought provoking investigation by NPR is reported here.
Some inspiration for Creating a Reading Culture in the Classroom by Ann Hagedorn.
I particularly love the strategies are low cost but still really effective.
A great review of what I consider an essential book for our times DIY Resistance: 36 Ways to Fight Back! by Anthony Alvarado