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Teaching Blog Addict: Welcome to TBA!

Teaching Blog Addict: Welcome to TBA!
Let's Get Started! Read about how Teaching Blog Addict got it's name and was started. You just may find yourself nodding in agreement and laughing over just how much you are an addict too. {You're not alone!} Join the community of teachers who enjoy having resources like the fantastic ones shared by teachers on this site. If you're a reader, then join in the conversation on facebook. Browse ideas using the search bar, menu or links on the site to dig into the fantastic resources shared by teachers worldwide. You may want to start here: Blog - The latest freebie Friday posts and over 3,000 more from our authorsTeaching Blog Collections - Find and add to your favoritesPinterest Collections - Themes will make it easy to find what you needPinboards by Grade Level - Find ideas by grade levelLittle Black Book of Linky Parties - Teaching topics hosted by fantastic bloggersGiveaway Directory - Enter to win free stuff Addicts and Junkies unite!

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Research and Citation Tools for Students Jump to navigation Updated Privacy Policy Donate Check out what's new in: School Library Research (SLR) School Library Research (ISSN: 2165-1019) is the scholarly refereed research journal of the American Association of School Librarians. It is the successor to School Library Media Research (ISSN: 1523-4320) and School Library Media Quarterly Online. The purpose of School Library Research is to promote and publish high quality original research concerning the management, implementation, and evaluation of school library programs. The journal will also emphasize research on instructional theory, teaching methods, and critical issues relevant to school libraries and school librarians.

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The Unquiet Librarian I rarely write posts about tech tools in recent years, but I thought I would briefly share some of my “go to” resources that have become an integral part of my work since coming to Norcross High in August of 2013. These apps and devices are essential to the work I’m doing related to teaching and learning, especially for capturing student work whether it is for archival purposes, assessment, collaborative work between classes, or to merely document learning activities and experiences in our work with teachers and students. They also help me collect qualitative data, celebrate all aspects of student learning, and interact with both students and teachers. I’ll also share our essential non-technology oriented tools that we can’t live without here in the NHS Library Learning Studio. These tools and mediums are also helping me document the ways we and our students are using writing and composing multiple kinds of “texts” for thinking, processing, and creating in the library. Vine

Peacocks Theme - Peacock Activities For Kids What are generally known as peacocks are actually male peafowl. The females are called peahen and the babies are peachicks. It is the male of the species which has the beautiful feathers, which are shown off when he fans his tail. Peafowl are very noisy and if they are in the vicinity you will know it early in the morning! Introducing the Official Edublogs iPad and iPhone Apps! It’s here! Kicking off what is shaping up to be the biggest summer in Edublogs’ history, we’re proud to unveil our brand new official iOS app. Get it now in the App Store!

AASL Hotlinks Hotlinks is a monthly e-mail newsletter of the American Association of School Librarians (AASL). Hotlinks is primarily composed of brief summaries with links to more in-depth content, and includes previews of upcoming association activities and continuing education programs, news from AASL, valuable Web resources, highlights of new products and services, and summaries of new articles from AASL's print and online journals and more. This newsletter is sent to AASL members with valid e-mail addresses on file in the ALA member database (currently over 75% of our members). Additional "pass along" distribution occurs through our members, who are encouraged to share each issue with colleagues and administrators in their school and district, and AASL's state and regional affiliate organizations, which can redistribute the newsletter to their own members. Current issue of AASL Hotlinks - March 2015 Archives Read past issues of AASL Hotlinks. Access to the archives is for ALA/AASL members only.

8 photoshop tricks Graphics Photoshop is one of the (if not THE) most well known software used in the design industry when it comes to manipulating images and pixels. As a web designer I had some Photoshop lessons at school but that was 2 years ago. Today the software has evolved, more options are available, and I also learn a few tricks while practicing.

This one blog provides multiple networking resources for teachers. It boasts that it links to 1,000+ teacher blogs as well as 600+ pin boards. What a great way to find and share instructional ideas and resources. by katherineking2 Mar 19

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