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Primarily Speaking: Tips and Tricks for Integrating Primary Documents into Teaching & Learning
Wednesday, October 7, 2015 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm EDT
Come and experience primary documents as tools for inquiry, project based learning, and critical thinking lessons. In this webinar, teacher-librarian, NBCT, and past President of CSLA, Connie Williams, led an interactive session on several different strategies for teaching with and teaching about primary documents. Connie shared ways to help students think critically about primary documents in a variety of content areas. The webinar was packed with tips and tricks that are ready for immediate implementation. Viewers will walk away with a treasure trove of places to find great primary documents and strategies for instruction.
During the webinar, details about a $15,000 primary source grant being provided by ABC-CLIO Solutions was announced as well. This is a professional learning opportunity that you do not want to miss! Teachers of all grades, librarians, and anyone who is interested in teaching with primary sources will benefit from watching this webinar.
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Connie Williams has been a Teacher Librarian with Petaluma City Schools for over 25 years. Connie is a National Board Certified Teacher Librarian and a past president of the California School Library Association. She has participated in teacher professional development with the Library of Congress and the National Archives. Connie has authored and co-authored articles on library and educational topics, and she has co-developed 2.0 teaching and learning tutorials for librarians and teachers. Follow Connie on Twitter @chwms.
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