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Using Kidblog to Teach (and be taught)

Using Kidblog to Teach (and be taught)

    As a STEM teacher, I am always reminding myself to ‘let go’ and give students more ownership of their learning. To help with this practice, I offered students a chance to apply for a ‘Blogging Assistant’ job with me. Two students chose to apply, submit letters of reference and were interviewed by two

    As a STEM teacher, I am always reminding myself to ‘let go’ and give students more ownership of their learning. To help with this practice, I offered students a chance to apply for a ‘Blogging Assistant’ job with me. Two students chose to apply, submit letters of reference and were interviewed by two... read more

Kidblog at AASL 2017 – Phoenix

Kidblog at AASL 2017 – Phoenix

Kidblog is excited to be attending the only national conference dedicated solely to the needs of school librarians and their roles as educational leaders – AASL17 in Phoenix, AZ! For those who will also be in attendance, be sure to stop by the Kidblog booth #938 for great conversation, live demos, free swag, and more.

Kidblog is excited to be attending the only national conference dedicated solely to the needs of school librarians and their roles as educational leaders – AASL17 in Phoenix, AZ! For those who will also be in attendance, be sure to stop by the Kidblog booth #938 for great conversation, live demos, free swag, and more.... read more