Check, Please! #Hockey with Peter Langella

Reading and discussing graphic novels OMG Check Please! Librarian Jeanie Phillips talks graphic novels with Peter Langella, Vermont librarian, educator and former minor league hockey […]

2018 TIIE Holiday Reading

One of the best things about winter break is the chance to slow down and, for readers, the chance to take a break from the […]

All about service learning

with Katy Farber From real and relevant to what to do in the event of a mountain bike accident, the last predators in Middlesex, and […]

Piecing Me Together, with Jory Hearst

Also featuring: The Green Mountain Book Awards! Legendary Librarian Jeanie Phillips is back on the podcast talking about what else but books! Not just any […]

Summer reading 2018

Get your red hot summer reads right here! Or your chilling-in-the-AC-far-away-from-sunlight summer reads. We don’t judge. For educators, summer is a time to relax, recharge […]

Summer reading time!

Summertime, and the reading is easy Or is it? We checked in with a few of the folks here at the Tarrant Institute to hear […]

Social reading tools for summer reading

Audrey’s 2016 summer reading list I’ve been thinking a lot lately about where technology fits into reading. Not just the e-book vs print book discussion […]

Education reform, more education reform and David Foster Wallace

Mark’s 2016 summer reading list This past academic year was one of the busiest and most invigorating year I have had in my time as […]

Education, funny families and international espionage

My 2016 Summer Reading List There are many thinks to look forward to as summer approaches. As an educator, I appreciate the calm I feel […]

Student depression and anxiety: symptoms of dysfunction in a “traditional” educational system

From the New York Times: Is the Drive for Success Making our Children Sick? Now, I am never one to go in for articles that […]

Balancing screen time and family time

When to put the device down Let’s face it, it’s a challenge to balance technology in our lives; but it’s essential.  Parents and adults need […]

Good Stories and Hard Truths: Summer Reading

As I look at what I am reading and want to read this summer, it’s kind of all over the place. I’ll be reading about […]

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