I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - http://GettingBoysToRead.com. Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys…"
I'm a teacher librarian & recently started a community based blog for getting boys to read - http://GettingBoysToRead.com. Please send me a friend request if you'd like to network, share ideas, and learn more about getting boys to read.
A step in the integration of children in the library 2.0 programs , children started writing their blog in the English language to communicate with children in other countries do not speak Arabic
The blog is “ Qcc book discussion”
Det skulle vara jättekul att starta något på Ning. Jag har själv funderat mycket på hur det fysiska och det virtuella ska mötas i biblioteksrummet. Biblioteket i Århus, Danmark har prövat en hel del intressanta projekt, bl.a det det demokratiska torget, etc. På Västerås stadsbibliotek kommer det nog att hända en hel del på det området.
No I wasn't at the IASL conference, though I would have liked to have been. At that time I was in Johannesburg reporting on some action research that I'd done for the International Boys' Schools Coalition on graphic novels. Do you have graphic novels in your library. If so, how popular are they?
Hi Lo, We have a Swedish teacher librarian on our team at school and after the way she has described Sweden, it sounds like such a wonderful place. It's on my 'must visit' list. I've really only got into Web2.0 this year, but have found it offers so much potential for teaching and learning. At present I've selected just a few tools - blogs, wikis and delicious, to introduce to teachers. So far the response has been enthusiastic. In the library, we are using a blog at http://fullybooked.wordpress.com to interact with our students on reading-related "stuff".
Hi Lo. I have been exploring Library 2.0 as a newbie today. Getting lost and having fun. Love your profile photo. I have been using a book review blog with young teens at my last school: www.bookbite.blogspot.com