If you know me at all you know I love Bitmojis. They are such a fun online sticker for education. During this trying time adding a bitmoji or two to a students assignment or adding them to my own assignments just gives my assignments a bit of flair. So much so that I created a virtual library a couple of weeks ago.
Which is better for students? Zoom or Google Meet…you be the judge. I give you my experience with both products using both with students in a rural community with varying levels of internet connectivity.
FlipGrid is a tool that many staff are using to connect with students. Flipgrid is a free, simple way to foster short video-based discussions on classroom topics.
Booktalking is a standard librarian activity and there are so many different ways to do it and I have done quite a few of them. At the Middle School/High School… Read more »
There are so many ways to gamifiy your library and some of my favorite ways to do this include several relatively new tools. I like to use scavenger hunts, QR… Read more »
The Language of Thorns by Leigh Bardugo I received this title via @kidlitexchange for an honest review. So what exactly do you get in The Language of Thorns? Leigh says… Read more »
Wonder Woman: Warbringer by Leigh Bardugo I received this book via @kitlit exchange a fantastic group I found on instagram. When I first picked up this book I thought it… Read more »
Presenting at YSS tomorrow on the innovation of Making. I have been inspired by the likes of Diana Rendina and Laura Flemming who have given the library world fantastic resources… Read more »