#128 Josh Stumpenhorst's Learning Commons: Drones, Literature, and Creativity

Josh Stumpenhorst @stumpteacher is directing a library revolution and evolution to Learning Commons at his school. And yes, they'll be flying drones in the library! Let's talk about the focus groups and critical questions that are driving this transformation from a place where students "have to go" to a place where they "want to be." Josh also discusses the importance of literature and creativity in the library. Let's do this! www.coolcatteacher.com/e128 Today's sponsor, Owl Eyes. has hundreds of free ebooks -- the Canterbury Tales, The Odyssey, and all of Shakespeare’s work. But Owl Eyes isn’t just an ebook reader. In this free web-app, you can have a private ebook classroom and interact with your students inside their ebooks as they highlight, annotate, ask questions, and talk about the books they are reading inside their ebooks! Right now, they’re giving away 10 free 60-minute lesson plans for lit teachers - go to owleyes.org/teachers to sign up free and get your lesson plans now. Owl Eyes is a must-get for classical literature teachers.

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