Mark Ray, Dir. of Innovation & Library Services Vancouver Washington Public Schools, discusses changes, trends, & obstacles impacting teacher librarians as we re position ourselves as teachers and school leaders. What’s changed since his 2016 TedTalk?
E21 | Creating an Attitude of Skepticism- Jennifer LaGarde & Daren Hudgins, authors of Fact vs Fiction: Teaching Critical Thinking Skills in the Age of Fake News, talk about information/media literacy & the need for teachers, parents, and students to become skeptical consumers of information.
Dynamic Duo - Kelly Sain & Andrew Moore discuss the changes they are seeing in BVSD library spaces, programming, & the positive impact of staffing the collaborative hearts of our schools w/licensed & endorsed teacher librarians.
Ginger Ramsey & Jane Schissel from Broomfield High School discuss their vision for the library as a student-centered, multipurpose space that is dynamic & continually evolving to meet the needs of patrons.
Jenn B. & Tracy H. Superior Elem. reflect on how they are repositioning the teacher librarian as a co-teacher & library as an extension of the classroom to help staff & students continue learning explorations.