Sarah Tapper Staudt

Sarah Tapper Staudt

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PreK-12 District Teacher-Librarian, Passionate Educator/Learner/Tech Integrationist, Mommy of 2 Boys (6 yr old & 8 yr old), Team Player, Collaborator
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Fountas and Pinnell Say Librarians Should Guide Readers by Interest, Not Level | School Library Journal

Fountas and Pinnell Say Librarians Should Guide Readers by Interest, Not Level | School Library Journal

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Fountas and Pinnell Say Librarians Should Guide Readers by Interest, Not Level | School Library Journal

Fountas and Pinnell Say Librarians Should Guide Readers by Interest, Not Level | School Library Journal

By AASL Standards Crosswalk Task Force chair Jay Bansbach, and AASL Standards editorial board member Kathy Mansfield Why did the school librarian cross the road? To align library standards to other disciplines, of course! Karen Gross, in a blog post for the U.S. Department of Education, describes crosswalk in the context of education as “converting … … Continue reading →

By AASL Standards Crosswalk Task Force chair Jay Bansbach, and AASL Standards editorial board member Kathy Mansfield Why did the school librarian cross the road? To align library standards to other disciplines, of course! Karen Gross, in a blog post for the U.S. Department of Education, describes crosswalk in the context of education as “converting … … Continue reading →

5 Quick-and-Fun Vacation Hairstyles You Need to Know Today – L'ange Hair

5 Quick-and-Fun Vacation Hairstyles You Need to Know Today – L'ange Hair

Roadmap to Reality: Helping Kids Find Their Way in a World of Fake News

Roadmap to Reality: Helping Kids Find Their Way in a World of Fake News

If you have ever read Goldilocks and the Three Bears you know that Baby Bear’s chair ends up in pieces. The sad thing is his chair never gets fixed.  Below you will find how students in preschool use the research process to find and build a new chair for Baby Bear. Let me start by … … Continue reading →

If you have ever read Goldilocks and the Three Bears you know that Baby Bear’s chair ends up in pieces. The sad thing is his chair never gets fixed. Below you will find how students in preschool use the research process to find and build a new chair for Baby Bear. Let me start by … … Continue reading →

Mother of a child entering kindergarten shared a heartbreaking photo of a lockdown song hanging in a classroom.

Mother of a child entering kindergarten shared a heartbreaking photo of a lockdown song hanging in a classroom.

The more time children spend in structured, parent-guided activities, the worse their ability to work productively towards self-directed goals.

The more time children spend in structured, parent-guided activities, the worse their ability to work productively towards self-directed goals.

By AASL Standards Crosswalk Task Force chair Jay Bansbach, and AASL Standards editorial board member Kathy Mansfield Why did the school librarian cross the road? To align library standards to other disciplines, of course! Karen Gross, in a blog post... Read More ›

By AASL Standards Crosswalk Task Force chair Jay Bansbach, and AASL Standards editorial board member Kathy Mansfield Why did the school librarian cross the road? To align library standards to other disciplines, of course! Karen Gross, in a blog post... Read More ›

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In this episode of The PE Geek Podcast, we reach the momentous episode milestone. When I first started out on this journey way back in August of I didn’t imagine that the podcast w…

Librarian's Quest

Librarian's Quest

Google Level 1 Certified Educator

Google Level 1 Certified Educator

I’ve taught lots of tools for research with Diigo being one of my favorites. (Diigo tutorial here.)However, with some recent integration of Google Keep with Google Docs, for this project I have students using Google keep and tagging. I’ve embedded two tutorials below. First, you’ll have the YouTube video. It will just play and not […]

I’ve taught lots of tools for research with Diigo being one of my favorites. (Diigo tutorial here.)However, with some recent integration of Google Keep with Google Docs, for this project I have students using Google keep and tagging. I’ve embedded two tutorials below. First, you’ll have the YouTube video. It will just play and not […]

Teach, engage, and inspire your students using their favorite TV shows and movies.

Teach, engage, and inspire your students using their favorite TV shows and movies.