Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Western Region is proud to announce the 15th annual Teacher Librarian Day on Friday, February 15th, 2019.
This year’s theme is Voices. From our students to our mentors, the everlasting voices throughout each of our lives give us reason for empathy, perspective, and rational understanding of the world around us. Recognizing every voice and developing these skills in our students through primary sources as windows of the past help our communities to become more civically minded, thoughtful, and curious.
The morning of TLD will offer inspiring short TED-style talks focusing on innovative ways to use primary sources in the K-16 classroom. In addition, the afternoon of TLD will feature hour-long breakout sessions from a number of our speakers as well as educational partners in Colorado.
What You Should Know:
- When: February 15th, 2019
- Where: History Colorado Center
- Who should attend: K-16 teachers, librarians, and other educators. Come by yourself and bring your colleagues!
- What to expect: A full day of innovative and inspiring professional development.
- Substitute Reimbursement will be offered to the first 100 educators. Please select the “General Admission + Substitute Reimbursement” ticket option.
- All attendees are eligible to register for .5 graduate credits offered through Adams State University.
- A certificate showing 8 professional development hours will be given through email after the event.
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