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Cursed Dishes by Jennifer Lott

I recently enjoyed interviewing Jennifer Lott about her first chapter book. As an early childhood educator, she had insights into writing for children and teaching as well. Cursed Dishes is based on a ‘revenge’ story Lott wrote when she was sixteen about her uncooperative

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Are Flipped Classrooms Bad For Students?

Students today have grown up in a digital environment. They do not remember a time before Googling was a verb or before games were ubiquitous on smart phones and computers. This makes today’s kids the most informed and sophisticated generation

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Creative Teacher Librarian Newsletter – Work in Progress

Welcome to Creative Teacher Librarian. My goal is to save you preparation time while sparking ideas to make teaching fun. I love creative writing, technology, video, drama, languages and brain-based learning. I hope you will find this monthly newsletter of 

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Under Contruction

Excuse the mess. I’m working on importing previous blogs and updating this site to be of use to Teachers, Librarians and other educators.

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