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I changed my overall attitude about Twitter. Despite sitting through multiple conferences and workshops, seeing articles and posts that promote Twitter as the best professional development tool, and still not believing…I am now a believer. I’m still not ready to fully commit, but I’m leaps and bounds closer that I was a couple of hours ago!

I changed my overall attitude about Twitter. Despite sitting through multiple conferences and workshops, seeing articles and posts that promote Twitter as the best professional development tool, and still not believing…I am now a believer. I’m still not ready to fully commit, but I’m leaps and bounds closer that I was a couple of hours ago!

Coding is something that should be taught in schools. Just like music and the arts, it teaches students about thinking and learning. Like math and literature, it teaches students about problem solving. These are valuable, cross-disciplinary skills that they will indeed find useful as productive citizens in society.

Thing 17: Coding and Coding Tools

Coding is something that should be taught in schools. Just like music and the arts, it teaches students about thinking and learning. Like math and literature, it teaches students about problem solving. These are valuable, cross-disciplinary skills that they will indeed find useful as productive citizens in society.

I don’t care if I get professional development credit, or that it doesn’t come with a transcript, because it’s all about being a lifetime learner…

I don’t care if I get professional development credit, or that it doesn’t come with a transcript, because it’s all about being a lifetime learner…

Overall, I feel so much better about EBP after doing these two cool tools. It doesn’t feel as daunting and overwhelming as it did when I first started reading about it. I’m hoping to gradually add this to my library life and turn it into a regular habit. After all this reading and reflecting, I really don’t have any excuses not to! / bifocalsandbuns.wordpress.com @BifocalsandBuns

Cool Tools for Schools, Thing 32: EBP-Collecting Data

Overall, I feel so much better about EBP after doing these two cool tools. It doesn’t feel as daunting and overwhelming as it did when I first started reading about it. I’m hoping to gradually add this to my library life and turn it into a regular habit. After all this reading and reflecting, I really don’t have any excuses not to! / bifocalsandbuns.wordpress.com @BifocalsandBuns

I really love this class and it offers me SO much information and knowledge that I can put to practical use. I really recommend this class to every educator in the world.

Thing 11: Mapping and Geolocation Tools

I really love this class and it offers me SO much information and knowledge that I can put to practical use. I really recommend this class to every educator in the world.

Free Professional Development for School Librarians ~ Joyce Valenza

Free Professional Development for School Librarians ~ Joyce Valenza

We'll be running this program again in the fall!!!  This was one of the most useful and best organized PD experiences I've had in quite a while! (anonymous, from evaluations)

We'll be running this program again in the fall!!! This was one of the most useful and best organized PD experiences I've had in quite a while! (anonymous, from evaluations)

Create parent invites with Smore - Design beautiful online flyers and publish instantly

Create parent invites with Smore - Design beautiful online flyers and publish instantly

I registered for Clearly and hope to use this more for personal use, possibly creating a reading space for my younger daughter to read without ad links and game offers.

I registered for Clearly and hope to use this more for personal use, possibly creating a reading space for my younger daughter to read without ad links and game offers.

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