Saturday, May 4, 2013

Showing Off

Over the past week, I've been working hard to put together a library-specific resume.  While I like my teaching job and really enjoy spending time with the students and other staff members, my ultimate goal is still to become a librarian.  So I've been going back and looking through the various projects that I've created for my grad classes.  As I was doing this, it occurred to me that I had never posted many of those links here..... So here, the fruits of my librarian labors--enjoy!!  :)

 A pathfinder for The Great Gatsby, aimed at high school students.
https://sites.google.com/site/gatsbyguide/




An information inquiry with collaborative elements for teachers and librarians, focused on a high school study of dystopian novels.
http://dysopiancomparisonproject.wikispaces.com/home


A webquest facilitating an independent novel project for high school students.
https://sites.google.com/site/independentnovelproject/


A transmedia storytelling experience, sharing the lives of my "camp kids."
http://mpcampt.blogspot.com/


A research pathfinder on infant feeding and nutrition.
http://infantfeeding.wordpress.com/



A research-based information inquiry into Hindu wedding ceremonies.
http://amyinquires.weebly.com/index.html


An inquiry-based learning experienced, focused on poetry for grades 5 and 11.
http://poetry5and11.wikispaces.com/


A comic on my daughter's preschool production of "The Wizard of Oz."
(As a side note, if you've never used Comic Life--it's awesome!)
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B570Z9Lf9dlQUS1vZmJoSk15TUE/edit?usp=sharing







My end-of-semester project answering the question "Why are electronic resources important in today's world?"
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B570Z9Lf9dlQeVU1cnh2SFNaWkk/edit?usp=sharing


My personal blog.  Warning: It hasn't been updated since I returned to teaching in January!  (but archives go back to July of 2006)
http://meypfan.blogspot.com/



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