In particular, there are two posts that have helped me get through this subject and come out the other end believing that teacher-librarians can be leaders.
The first, from Informative Flights, was about scheduling. In it, Nadine talks about how she works at a school where the teacher librarian takes classes for RFF, but she makes it work for her as best she can. It helped me to realise that even if this was a part of the school that I worked at (and wasn’t possible to change) there were still ways to make the best of the situation and be a leader.
The second, from Elizabeth Hutchinson, was about working with teachers. This post really encouraged me that it’s ok to be a beginner, even at the things that are your areas of ‘expertise’.
Elizabeth Hutchinson is well worth following if you are on Twitter. She blogs pretty regularly and brings a lot of experience and wisdom to the profession.
Teachers; I have the best-kept secret! Digital literacy starts in your school library. https://t.co/ENAHGnMf08
— Elizabeth Hutchinson (@Elizabethutch) September 28, 2019