The True Adventures of a High School Librarian

The True Adventures of a High School Librarian

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Teacher ReBoot Camp

This week I have experienced the emotional high a school librarian can only get when teachers not only attend but wish to actually implement ideas from a professional development session you just presented. While investigating network connections to collaborate with my newly titillated teachers I was lead via Twitter and Classroom 2.0 to the Teacher ReBoot Camp by Shelly Terrell and her 30 Goals Challenge , thus the catalyst for this blog.

As a newbie to the blogging community my goal in creating this blog and taking the 30 Goals Challenge is to better myself professionally and personally through the refelction process.  Additionally, I plan to use this blog to unify the haphazard network connections I have established from diving head first into the burgeoning world of technology, collaboration, elearning, and being a grandmother for the first time.

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