|Sylvie wonders if I will ever be home!|
One triumph we had yesterday was figuring out how to get audio books for students with IEPs and 504 plans. We had a school Bookshare.org account, and once I added individual students, I was able to download books (like Hatchet, that a class is reading) and then upload the files to a student's individual Google Drive account. I hope that's fair use and legal; only the student can access the files, but can then listen on any device. That's always the struggle!
Kidliterati, a blog run by up-and-coming writers, did a nice interview with me. Now I feel famous!
I'm almost done with my Waiver Day presentation for 3 November. It's an overview of 100+ new books, and I'll try to post it online the day I give it. Westerville people, there are still spots open! Once I rated the auditorium, but now everyone prefers sessions on Google or state evaluations.
Speaking of, I'm doing instruction on Noodletools for mine, and once I put together a presentation, everyone wanted to hear it. Three more busy weeks!