Teaching Learning Leading K-12

Ge-Anne Bolhuis Talks About Independent Reading Choice - 247

May 30, 2019

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We first talked with Ge-Anne Bolhuis almost a year ago on episode 205 of Teaching Learning Leading K12 where we talked about the Future Ready Librarian. Today we are focused on Independent Reading Choice.

Ge-Anne started her career in education in 1994 in Middle Tennessee.

She moved to Georgia in 2003 and immediately fell in love with professional learning. She served as a classroom teacher, computer skills teacher and later as a school-level instructional technology coach.

She holds advanced degrees in the field of curriculum and instructional technology and is certified in the service fields of Instructional Technology and as a Media Specialist.

Ge-Anne currently serves as the Instructional Technology Specialist and Media Specialist Liaison for Whitfield County Schools, Georgia.

Her heart is in building relationships and empowering teacher leaders. You can find Ge-Anne often at local Edcamps and CoffeeEDU meetups where she loves talking with and learning from other educators.

Lots to talk about and learn today.

Thanks for listening!

Enjoy!

Connect with Ge-Anne:

Twitter: @gabolhuis

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gabolhuis/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/geanne.bolhuis

https://perspectivesonreading.com/school-library-media-specialists-evolve-champion-independent-reading/

http://www.teenlibrariantoolbox.com/2019/04/sunday-reflections-how-misuse-of-the-40-book-challenge-made-my-kid-hate-reading-and-why-how-i-pushed-back/

https://www.glma-inc.org/

https://www.glma-inc.org/si

https://futureready.org/

https://futureready.org/institutes/atlanta/

#futurereadylibs

http://coffeeedu.org/

http://coffeeedu.org/guidelines/

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