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Author Archives: Anna Kim
My school district starts after Labor Day, so this week has all been about getting the rooms ready, plus three days of professional development and inservice. As the librarian and IT person, the latter position for which I am only … Continue reading
My first clinical experience started two days ago. I wasn’t sure what to expect, mostly because I came in at the tail end of the first summer session and will be staying through the second summer session. Unsurprisingly, working in … Continue reading
Often, we’re afraid to collaborate with one another because we’re afraid. We afraid of not having time to get our own work done. We’re afraid that our ideas won’t be accepted. We’re afraid that the other individual(s) may not be … Continue reading
Though I had lived in Maryland for a couple of years and visited most of the museums in the Smithsonian complex, I have never actually visited the Library of Congress. Yesterday, I decided to take advantage of the relatively nice … Continue reading