What a great session from the AASL! While many librarians may be aware of the AASL’s annual listing of the best websites for teaching and learning, this session delved into each website giving information about the site, age levels, the standards the site addresses, and even showed short video clips about each site and its application.
It was a fun way to learn about new resources, and I plan to experiment with a lot of these and hope to use them in my elementary school library curriculum next year.
To check out the AASL’s best websites, here is the list…
Past recommended websites can be found at:
And now, I am signing off to build my own code using Pencil Code!!!
This post addresses the following ALSC Core Competencies: II. Reference and User Services and
IV. Knowledge, Curation, and Management of Materials.