Libraries are Safe Inclusive Spaces for Learning

The last post of this week is on Library as a safe space in schools. As you know, this week I’m taking a look into the connection between GID and

GID helps librarians take on a LEADERSHIP role

This week I’m taking a look into the connection between GID and Colorado Department of Education’s rubric for highly effective librarians.   This post moves from yesterday’s post about instruction and into

Librarians as Instructional Specialists- Effective Practice Post 2

In the CO Teacher Effectiveness Framework STANDARD 2 addresses instruction, including the instructional planning an implementation of lessons.  In this post, I’ll address how GID supports librarians and teachers to achieve

3 Key Concepts in Effective Teaching – Differentiation, Self Direction, and Innovation

When I think about all the rubrics for effective teaching, whether is the Danielson Rubric or a state or district created document- there are a few key concepts that we

We all want to be Highly Effective!

hello everybody! While I take some time to set up the schedule of the blog for 2017, I thought I would post some of what I have been thinking about

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