Library Learning Stations: Why Would You Not?

by Dr. Ashley Stanley Engaging and motivating students in the elementary library can often be a challenge.  One way to do this is to implement learning stations in the K-5 library classroom.  Library Learning Stations allow students to work collaboratively or independently on various library skills that support student learning.  It takes some creative planning... Continue Reading →

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebrations in the School Library

by Felicia Warden MLK’s impact on the foundations of our educational system goes beyond desegregation, equity, and equality. His drive to ignite positive change, derived from an American ideal written in the Declaration of Independence which states “all men are created equal,” led him to become a symbol of true change (  At the time... Continue Reading →

2020 Conference Roll Call

Written by Lindsey Kimery Stop right now and read this post! If you joined us this summer for the TASL Virtual Road Trip, then you know this year's annual conference will look a little different as it will be completely virtual, but it is going to be out of sight! Today is a great day... Continue Reading →

Featuring Our Dedicated Leaders

Written by Brandi Hartsell TASL is an amazing organization (just ask AASL). But it is the people who dedicate their time and energy that make it great. We at TASL Talks want to highlight our leaders and express our gratitude for their commitment to our wonderful profession. We will be featuring each member of leadership... Continue Reading →

Register Now – TASL Road Trip

Written by Katie Capshaw Summer is not canceled! TASL is excited to announce we do not have to cancel our Summer PD - the TASL Road Trip is going virtual! Registration is open and we have six whole days packed with great sessions. You can access as many sessions as you would like for one low price... Continue Reading →

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