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  • Cool Tools for School, Thing 12: Final Reflections
    For my final reflections, I thought I’d try using Adobe Spark Video. I’ve used it once before to create a summary video about my trip to the AASL National Conference but this time, I made use of the voice recording option in addition to the pictures and text! Although the ... read more
    Source: WaldronPublished on 2018-05-22
  • Thing 12: Final Reflections & What’s Next?
    It's very difficult to believe that another school year is close to ending - it seems like the year just began yet at times it has seemed to drag on forever.  Last year at this time I was very worried about moving to a new school with only a few ... read more
    Source: BellPublished on 2018-05-21
  • Cool Tools for School, Thing 50: The New AASL Standards
    I was lucky enough to attend the national conference in Phoenix when the standards were unveiled and even pre-ordered my copy so I could pick it up right at registration with the rest of my conference bag goodies. I’ve participated in Webinars and Twitter chats related to the new standards, I’m even ... read more
    Source: WaldronPublished on 2018-05-21
  • Thing 45: Anything Goes Google
    What an exciting module to explore now that my school has 1:1 chromebooks for all students K - 5.  We received them a few months ago and the progress the students and staff have shown on these devices is absolutely amazing since many of us have no training on them.  ... read more
    Source: BellPublished on 2018-05-20
  • Cool Tools for School, Thing 11: You Pick!
    While exploring Thing 50: The New AASL Standards, I spent some time looking at the Tech Tools & Resources for the AASL Standards doc to which Polly had linked. One of the tools on it was Goosechase EDU, a tool I’d been introduced to in the past but had never ... read more
    Source: WaldronPublished on 2018-05-19
  • Cool Tools for School, Thing 14: eBook Creation
    A few weeks ago, I got the email I expect but dread every. Single. Year: it was time to set up my observation. This year, the library department’s observations are being done by the head of the technology department. So, it seemed like a good idea to find a way ... read more
    Source: WaldronPublished on 2018-05-19
  • Final Reflection 2018
    What did you learn? I learned so many things with Cool Tools this year. The thing I learned above all others is that there are so many things I would love to spend a lot of time on so I could use them with my students!  I learned a lot. ... read more
    Source: LeRoyPublished on 2018-05-16
  • Collaborating, Connecting, Sharing
    Collaborating with others is the way of the world at this point. In some ways I wish I were a bit younger and had grown up with all of these great sharing tools as it would be second nature for me to use them. However, that’s not the case. I ... read more
    Source: LeRoyPublished on 2018-05-16
  • Social Reading & Book Stuff
    Reading….seems simple enough for a librarian to do a good job with it. However, when I decided to choose this “Thing” it’s because I don’t feel I’m doing a good job with it. I started by reading the article by Jennifer LaGarde and Todd Nesloney. It does take a good ... read more
    Source: LeRoyPublished on 2018-05-15
  • Cool Tools for Schools, Thing 6: Curation Tools
    With the release of AASL’s newest version of the standards, curation has been on my mind quite a bit this school year. Unfortunately, I don’t see myself as much of a curator. I’m a fantastic explorer and gatherer. But the extent of my curating usually involves mass deleting of links ... read more
    Source: WaldronPublished on 2018-05-13