Author Archives: Barbara Share

Responsive Classroom; Library Edition

Due to technical difficulties, Allison’s blog couldn’t be posted on Wednesday.  Enjoy! Responsive Classroom: Library Edition Last week our Lower School faculty (classroom teachers and specialists) dove into four days of training on Responsive Classroom, an approach to education addressing … Continue reading

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From Jennifer Falvey – AISL Annual Conference Affordability Scholarship winner, Impressions on the Conference

Greetings to you all, I am posting Jennifer’s blog about her impressions from the conference today.  Enjoy and have a safe, restful and wonderful summer!  Barbara   The Difference I have so enjoyed seeing the posts written by the other … Continue reading

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From Kari Dalane; with my apologies

When I posted Kari’s blog, there were errors and I apologize to Kari and all of you as well.  I am reposting the blog and this time, all should be well!  Barbara   I was lucky enough to be chosen … Continue reading

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From Kari Delane, AISL Annual Conference Affordability Scholarship winner, Impressions on the Conference

Intro from Phoebe Warmack – Last October the Board of Directors of AISL was pleased to announce the first offering of the AISL Annual Conference Affordability Scholarship.  It was double the pleasure, thanks to the funding of a generous donor … Continue reading

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Impressions of a Newbie; My First AISL Conference

Flamingos of a Feather: AISL Tampa 2015 By: Selene Athas When I registered for my first AISL conference back in October, I had no idea what to expect. New to the school librarian’s world and new to the world of … Continue reading

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Spring Reading!

Spring Reading!   Well, here it is – that time of year when I’m ready for the relaxing days of summer and yet feel as if there’s just not enough time to get EVERYTHING  done that needs to get done.  Getting … Continue reading

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