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Suzanne Nesbitt

About Suzanne Nesbitt

Suzanne Nesbitt is a teacher and librarian. She worked in rural and inner-city school libraries both at the elementary and secondary levels for several years in Quebec City and Montreal. She has worked as an Educational Consultant for the Lester B. Pearson School Board for more than 10 years. Her dossiers include Libraries, Cultural Programs and the 4 Arts.

Colouring, collaboration and creativity on a budget!

Are you looking for an inexpensive and creative way for students to relax and collaborate in your library? This activity might fit the bill. There are loads of books available as well as some pricy drawing posters you can purchase (just search for coloring posters or table-sized colouring sheets). Betty [...]

By | February 6th, 2018|Categories: Blog Posts|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Halloween Resource Roundup

Just a really quick roundup for Halloween in the High School Library and some for Elementary too! From Teen Services Underground: · A list of spooky/horror titles: https://www.teenservicesunderground.com/our-favorite-spookyhorror-book-2017/ These titles might look good in a display! · Halloween Movies that Teens love: https://goo.gl/ucpmQV From Pinterest: · Halloween displays: https://goo.gl/DAWJ1Z · [...]

By | October 13th, 2017|Categories: Blog Posts, Books|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

LGTBQ and Gender Identity

The following blog post from Literacy and NCTE is a super intro to the PBS Media free resource: LGTBQ + Identity Toolkit for Educators. Link to the blog post: http://blogs.ncte.org/index.php/2017/06/lgbtq-identity-toolkit-educators/ If you can get your hands on the June 2017 edition of Education Canada, take a few minutes to read [...]

By | June 19th, 2017|Categories: Articles, Blog Posts|Tags: , |0 Comments

How Universal Design Will Make Your Library More Inclusive | School Library Journal

http://www.slj.com/2017/05/diversity/how-universal-design-will-make-your-library-more-inclusive This post from SLJ does a great job of synthesizing the main aspects of Universal Design. Though a part of the article looks at facilitating access for disabled patrons, it also looks at the many faces of inclusion and making our libraries work for all users. It offers many [...]

By | May 10th, 2017|Categories: Articles, Blog Posts|0 Comments