A great post on Readers, in Spite of School by Donalyn Miller
Category Archives: School Library
A great view of the change and evolution occurring in staffed school libraries in That Was Then….
The National Library of New Zealand has an amazing array of tools that you can use to engage teens with reading. Please explore their website here, if you’re an Educator, Librarian, Parent or interested in helping our next generations become literate.
This is a fascinating research project on Diverse Stories: A Pathway to Developing Adventurous Year 8 Readers
My personal opinion is that if you want to be a Librarian you have to be a reader is reinforced here with Reading For Them by Alicia Abdul.
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.
Old fiddles can play good tunes: essential information literacy skills of the 1990s are those of 2020s
A timely article looking at how information literacy skills are still relevant Old fiddles can play good tunes: essential information literacy skills of the 1990s are those of 2020s
We all encounter folks who just find reading harder to enjoy, so this great list of Ten Ways to Get Reluctant Adolescent Readers Reading by Sherri K. Wilcox might prove a source of inspiration for you.