Author Archives: Anita Brooks Kirkland

The Strategic Teacher-Librarian

On the eve of the new school year I am so thrilled to see the innovative approaches being taken on by so many teacher-librarians and other school library professionals. People are embracing learning commons thinking. It is truly inspiring. At … Continue reading

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A Settler Seeking Truth

Like so many Canadians, I have been seriously affected by truths about our society and our history that have emerged since the release of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s (TRC) Calls to Action in 2015. I’ve been struggling personally and … Continue reading

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Canadian School Libraries

If you’ve checked into this blog recently you may have noticed a certain dearth of activity. I plead distraction, not inaction. For the past two years a huge portion of my attention has been directed at the formation of a … Continue reading

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