This session will include strategies to redress the “nothing you can say will convince me otherwise” mindset among young learners and highlight programs that empower students to feel politically empowered to become change makers.
Regardless of one’s political views, there seems to be consensus on one political reality: America is dangerously polarized. According to Michelle Luhtala, Library Department Chair at New Canaan High School in Connecticut, in an edWebinar sponsored by Mackin Educational Resources, “The future of democracy presents a case for the critical need for school librarians in every school.” They are valuable for students to ensure equitable access to quality inquiry instructional experiences for all learners, not just for the future of education but also for the future of democracy.
In this edWebinar, Michelle Luhtala will present a case for the critical need for school librarians in every school, and the importance of equity in access to quality inquiry instructional experiences for all learners – not just for the future of education but for the future of democracy.
This edWebinar will equip school administrators and classroom educators of all grade levels with resources for families. It will provide public librarians with strategies and resources to consider as you pivot to online programming in your communities. We hope you will join us—there’s something for everyone.
Join well-known educator and visionary Mike Eisenberg in a content-packed webinar that emphasizes practical strategies for defining and delivering a relevant and meaningful information and technology skills instructional program.
In this webinar, Beth and Douglas will present the design thinking process. They will show examples of different kinds of makerspaces, from simple to complex, and discuss how teachers can incorporate design thinking into their learning environments.
In April 2016, the Modern Language Association released the 8th edition of its Handbook for researchers. In this informative session, participants will learn about the changes, and how MLA streamlined citation guidelines. There is good news! Join us to learn more.
This webinar will be presented by high school librarian Joanna McNally and middle school librarian Betsey Lee, who have successfully used eBooks in a range of situations.
In this talk, we will explore how libraries and learning spaces can transform from archives of information to places of knowledge co-construction.