Cybrary Man's Educational Web Sites
The internet catalogue
for students, teachers, administrators & parents. Over 20,000 relevant links personally selected by an
educator/author with over 30 years of experience.
Cybrary Man - The Final Tour!
Official Retirement Date from the New York City Board of Education:
February 1, 2002
Best of Luck to all My Former Students and Colleagues
Short Bioof Jerry Blumengarten
I taught for 32 years in
the New York City school system. Even though I was a
licensed Social Studies teacher I taught most subjects (Language
Arts, Science, Math, Computers...)for
grades 6-9. I wrote curriculum for my school district, the NYC Board of Education
and Open Doors
a school-business partnership. I was also a lead teacher and
Cybrary Man's Educational
Web Sites started April 11, 1999 as my school's library website when I
served as my school's teacher-librarian. I was elected and
served two terms on my town's library board of trustees.
On Twitter I
was a member of the #edchat
team for five years and the originator of #engsschat.
I have been a guest moderator on the following chats: #ntchat #engchat
#sschat #gtchat #elemchat #1to1techat #oklaed #mdeschat
I have given the opening addresses and or sessions for #ntcamp, #edcampCitrus,
#edcampSpaceCoast, #TeachMeet GA, #edcampBirmingham, #edcampSocial
Studies, #edcampOrlando, #edcampBoston,
#ISTE12, NCSS #sschat
session, and TeachMeetKY12.
I am one of the main organizers along with the School of
Education at Florida Southern College of
At #ISTE2014 I gave workshops: Twitter 101 and Mystery
Location Calls, was on a panel of educators for the Educators
Teacher Lounge, moderated a live #satchat for school leaders (I
chose the topic and questions for How to Start a Tech Revolution in
your School or School District)
At #ISTE2015 I gave a Twitter 101 workshop and presentations on
professional development and connecting on a global level.
I also presented at #FETC in 2016
(by @wkrakower @plnaugle @cybraryman1)
features Mystery Location Calls:
I taught for 32 years in NYC schools. I wrote curriculum for
my school district, the NYC Board of Education and Open Doors a
school-business partnership. I also wrote educational materials
for the utility industry. I am co-author of Connecting Your
Students with The World.
On Twitter moderated #edchat for five years, created #engsschat
and I have been a guest moderator on many other chats.
I have presented at numerous edcamps & #ISTE. I was a Featured
Presenter at #METC13 and #GaETC13. I was the keynote speaker
for Tomorrow's Classrooms Today (2015)
"Cybraries (and the cybrarians who
tend to them) are scouts out on the cyber frontier who are
classifying and categorizing the wealth of riches available to
educators and students. This week we celebrate these newfangled
information specialists who persevere to bring us the best resources
available by thinking outside the box. Thanks to ..Jerry
Blumengarten (our very own cutting edge cybrarian) for submitting
recommendations for this week's issue!
(Walter McKenzie - Surfaquarium Consulting - Innovative staff
development - Innovation Teaching)
Sinnott Magnet School
Library Web Site (This site was taken down and this is just a sample
of what it was like minus graphics)