The Whole Library Approach
When I was still a preschool teacher, we talked a lot about the whole child approach, which, essentially, meant you took a whole child into consideration when you are teaching him or her. When we deal with children we teach, we can’t just have Susie the student. We also have Susie the daughter, the artist,…
librarian, weed thyself.
So the most recent Andy Poll was about weeding the library profession: http://twitter.com/#!/wawoodworth/status/129942473882611713 Most people are replying with attributes (View the story “Weed the librarian” on Storify) rather than a set of criteria, which I don’t think is really answering the question. How do you weed librarians out of the profession? Don’t reinvent the wheel–just…
adventures in weeding
I have the sense of humor of a twelve year old boy. Farts, poop, burps–anything gross and juvenile will set me off. Any time I see a Ford commercial, as soon as they mention “super-duty” I am snickering. Recently in my library adventures I came across discovered a book with the phrase “three magic balls”…
congratulations on you’re weeding.
I am in the middle of weeding the picture book collection. I think that calls for a cake, don’t you? I snagged this from Cake Wrecks. I hope they don’t mind.