GO BEHIND THE SCENES INSIDE THE SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER
WITH PASSIONATE EDUCATORS TO LEARN AND GROW FROM.
11 AM EST: WELCOME AND DEBUT OF "A DIGITAL LIBRARIAN'S TOOL KIT"
Be one of the first to get an exclusive insider's look at "A Digital Librarian's Toolkit." It's a free, crowdsourced ebook with tons of ideas for in class and remote learning activities with technology. Filled with text, images, links, and videos this will be your go-to source for teaching this year. And because it's a digital book, you'll never have to purchase an updated edition! Just refresh your screen to receive the newest version.
12 PM EST: ADVOCACY AND RELEVANCY
K.C. Boyd, Elissa Malespina, Barbara Johnson, and Sara Kelly Johns
Libraries are more than brick and mortar buildings. They are the heart of a school learning community. Let's explore ways that we can advocate for libraries and librarians nationwide, and share ways to remain relevant in an ever changing technological society.
1 PM EST: ELEMENTARY REMOTE TEACHING BEST TIPS & PRACTICES
Nikki Robertson, Tom Bober, Shannon Miller, and Anastasia Hanneken
Our littlest learners are very special people! Discover technology and low tech tools to inspire your youngest scholars to read, explore, and create. You'll learn about our favorite books, apps, websites, and teaching strategies in this packed session.
2 PM EST: SECONDARY REMOTE TEACHING BEST TIPS & PRACTICES
Ali Schilpp, Dr. Timothy Horan, Deb Zeman, and Jennifer Casa-Todd
Our secondary students are going through those awkward stages of adolescence, when they are defining not only who they are but who they want to be. Providing opportunities to empower them voices to make changes in the world is critical to them becoming active participants in the global community. We'll discuss best practices for helping our older students to become independent and prepared for the world!
3 PM EST: EQUITY, ACCESSIBILITY, AND SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING
Anita Cellucci, Rhonda Jenkins, Sherry Gick, Matthew Winner, and Nancy Jo Lambert
When students feel not only accepted but included and welcomed in our libraries, they can take agency in their learning. We'll explore issues of equity and how to make our programs more accessible to all students.