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Check out Our Upcoming SLC Webinars

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Attendance at our live webinars is 100% free, and we’re pleased to offer 1 hour of professional development credit for all qualified webinar participants.* Information and links to register below. Makers with a Cause with Gina Seymour Tuesday, June 5, 2018 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM (Eastern Time) Register Now!: http://www.anymeeting.com/PIID=ED55DF81894B3B Ready to take your makerspace …

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Services for Black Youth: Cultivating Voice and Agency

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In this lesson from their workshop, “Services for Black Youth,” Dr. Sandra Hughes-Hassell and Dr. Casey Rawson provide concrete suggestions for cultivating voice and agency for Black youth. Subscribers can access the full workshop here. Not a subscriber? Click here to sign up for a free 30-day trial.   Presenters   Sandra Hughes-Hassell, PhD, is professor at …

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Paige Jaeger Talks PowerVerbs!

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Click here for the list of powerverbs and here for the checklist referenced in Paige Jaeger’s webinar, PowerVerbs: A Tool for Tackling the New Standards, presented on January 30, 2018. Paige discusses innovative ways to meet the new AASL standards and explains how self-assessment tools are you all need to successfully implement these standards in your practice.   …

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Building Common Ground with Your Principal

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Building common ground with your principal is critical for every librarian. There are specific steps that you can take to ensure you’re keeping the lines of communication open and that you’re sharing what is necessary for the continued success of your library program. Crucial to this success is making your principal aware of the school …

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Getting Started with Inquiry: Shifting from Teacher-Centered to a Student-Centered Model

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Inquiry frameworks, like the C3 Framework, are shifting learning from teacher-centered to student-centered to promote student engagement. In order to prepare our students to be College and Career Ready, we must provide research strategies and promote student questioning and student-based learning allowing for student choice and voice as they approach learning objectives. In this sneak …

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Learn How to Select Primary Sources for Elementary Students

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Primary sources are essential to teaching students to engage in their learning, think critically, and construct their knowledge. The professional development workshop, “Primary Sources for Elementary,” by elementary school librarian Tom Bober, walks educators through selecting primary sources and analyzing text and images, as well as offering strategies and practical tips. While this workshop is designed for elementary educators, the content …

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