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Remember the Simple Tools

Posted by Lydia Schultz on Sunday, January 23, 2011, In : Teaching in the Technological Age 

I was moved to write today by three different things that got me thinking:  a CBS Sunday Morning segment on handwriting, a School Library Monthly blog entry about how students best comprehend readings, and a blog about "old school" computer tools.  Each, in its own way, made me think about what our goals for students should really be.

The CBS story (print version here and video version here) focused on the role of cursive handwriting in American culture, and how fewer and fewer students are ma...
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Taking the Teacher Challenge

Posted by Lydia Schultz on Wednesday, January 12, 2011,
I have signed up to participate in the "Teacher Challenge" as a blogger, and this new page is part of my effort.  I am charged with taking on the role of a reporter who asks my blog ten questions, so here goes.  I am also posting these entries in my blogger account, because it is easier to comment there.  You can read my postings there at Library Lady's 23 Things.

1.  Why did I start this blog?
I created this website because I felt as if I need to share the many books that I read in my role as ...
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About Me

Lydia Schultz I am a school librarian, a technology teacher, and a part-time college English professor. I hope to review many of the books I read, both in the context of my research about children's books as well as in my pursuit of recreational reading. I want to share what I read--so what else is new?

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