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The Latest on AASL Knowledge Quest

  • 1.  The Latest on AASL Knowledge Quest

    Posted Jun 05, 2024 09:27 AM


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    The Latest on AASL Knowledge Quest

    This weekly summary of AASL Knowledge Quest blogs offers school librarians the chance to catch up on the latest posts on the Knowledge Quest website.



    A Gift of Many Stories with John Schu & You!

    Courtney Pentland, AASL President 2023-2024

    2024-05-28 09:47 AM

    Something magical happened on a Tuesday evening in the land of Zoom. Over 70 school librarians gathered together to listen to stories, not just from author John Schu but from each other as well. Thanks to generous funding from ALA... Read More ›


    Information Literacy v. Media Literacy: What's In A Name?

    Steve Tetreault

    2024-05-23 12:07 PM

    "Well, Actually..." I used to be quite the pedant. I would take misstatements as opportunities to teach. Then I realized what a jerk move that is. Now I let people say what they want to say how they want to... Read More ›


    School Libraries and a Natural Connection with Mental Health

    Courtney Pentland, AASL President 2023-2024

    2024-05-22 09:58 AM

    April showers leading into May flowers is something we all have all heard and understood since a young age. AASL has a collaborative working relationship agreement with the national office of Mental Health of America (MHA) and I think April's... Read More ›


    Reciting Poetry: Boosting Confidence in Teens

    Karin Greenberg

    2024-05-13 03:09 PM

    Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is in the village though; He will not see me stopping here To watch his woods fill up with snow. ~from "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening" by Robert... Read More ›


    "Yes, You Can!" Why I'm Not Special, But You Are

    Steve Tetreault

    2024-04-29 10:35 AM

    Semi-Charmed Kinda Life I have truly lived a luck-filled life. The circumstances of my start in this world set me up with an ethnicity (caucasian), gender (male), and socioeconomic status (upper-middle class) that gave me a lot of benefits. Added... Read More ›


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