Read Into This
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Read Into This is about books, articles, fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, media texts, cookbooks, and everything in between. We will explore how we read and how what we read makes us who we are and helps us learn about those around us. Can’t wait for you to join in and talk wordy with us.

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Hosts:
Beth Lyons (@MrsLyonsLibrary)
Pav Wander (@PavWander) and Chey Cheney (@mrccheney)
The Chey and Pav Show (@StaffPodcast)

In a repeat of their crossover episode last year, Chey Cheney and Pav Wander from the Chey and Pav Show, join Beth Lyons…

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In this episode, Beth Lyons, discusses multilingual learners with MLL resource teacher, Kimiko Shibata. The discussion starts with looking at what is a multilingual learner and the transition to MLL from ELL -asset based terminology. Kimiko helps to…

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The episode starts with all three educators talking about early years education and the reflection/intentionality behind our practices before getting into the discussion of mentor texts in the classroom and school library. Klara and Michelle provided…

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Trevor Mackenzie returns to Read Into This to chat more about #InquiryMindset and his book Inquiry Mindset: Assessment Edition, Scaffolding a Partnership for Equity and Agency in Learning with host Beth Lyons. The conversation starts by looking at…

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Read Into This host, Beth Lyons, welcomes Stephen Hurley from VoicEd Radio yo co-host as they discuss Dyslexia Awareness Month with Alicia Smith, the Executive Director of Dyslexia Canada, and Stacey Morrison Hadden, a literacy consultant with the…

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Read Into This host, Beth Lyons talks with teacher-librarian Matthew Shchukovsky about what led to the decision to genrify the fiction/chapter book section in the K-5 library where he works.

Texts mentioned in this episode:
A shout-out to Kelsey…

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Thanks to Paula Hrycenko and Sarah Little for joining host, Beth Lyons, to discuss school libraries within the HWDSB during the 2021-2022 school year. The group discussed what their schedule as the TL looks like and what they are responsible for in…

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Co-host Beth Lyons welcomes PDSB Teacher-Librarian Jonelle St. Aubyn to the podcast. The two talk about their connection as TLs within a family of schools and the joy and support that comes from meeting together as a teacher-librarian collective. Beth…

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Co-hosts Lisa Noble and Beth Lyons sit down with author Lawrence Hill to discuss his new book, Beatrice and Croc Harry.

Lawrence Hill is a writer whose novels and works of non-fiction have been widely read in Canada, translated into many languages…

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The group discussed the closures/reductions/limitations that were in place for their LLCs last year. Coming from three different Ontario school boards there was a lot to discuss as to how each board approached staffing during the 2020-2021 school…

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Author

Beth Lyons
Teacher, Ontario, Canada; President, Ontario School Library Association

I am currently back in the classroom after 5 years as a teacher librarian. I am passionate about amplifying the work of #ONSchoolLibraries and #SchoolLibraryJoy. I believe that our pedagogical practice should be rooted in classroom experience with students and that there’s no such thing as too many books!