Today’s educational landscape of high-stakes content testing, accountability measures, and other factors continue to provide challenges for the school library community. How can we come together to be a voice for more equitable learning opportunities for our young learners in the current educational climate? How can we compile evidence of the invaluable impact we can have on our students, school staff, and school community? What is the best bang for our buck in a world where there is so much we hope to accomplish?
Come join us on February 8, 2020 from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at the University of Denver – Anderson Academic Commons for a half day to learn strategies that will help you succeed becoming an essential and valued member of your staff. Join us to explore ways to maximize and prioritize your work. Learn more about messaging strategies and ways to engage your school and community stakeholders. Walk away with an action plan that will help you…and ultimately, your students and school community…survive and thrive now and into the future!
-Nicolle Davies, Assistant Commissioner for the State Library at CDE
-Sharon Morris, Director of Library Development for the State Library at CDE
-Linda Hofschire, Director of Library Research Service for the State Library at CDE
-Becky Russell, Instructional Specialist and School Library Consultant for the State Library/CDE constituents
TICKETS & REGISTRATION
Tickets for this event are $10. Click HERE to register.
Questions about registration? Contact CAL at firstname.lastname@example.org. Other questions? Contact Becky Russell at email@example.com. For additional continuing education opportunities, check out the Library Learning and Creation Calendar.
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