Leveraging Librarian Leadership
Framing for the Future
Workshop for Grant Wood Teacher Librarians
Participants will explore the Future Ready and AASL standards frameworks as they relate to their current library practices and programs. Workshop participants will identify and explore practices they can apply to their library programs and will set goals related to new learning.
Monday, January 29, 2018 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
4401 6th Street Southwest Cedar Rapids, IAAudience
K-12 Teacher Librarians
Course Number: 19563-17-01
Registration Link: http://web1.gwaea.org/profdev/coursesdetail.cfm?class=31697
Registration Deadline: January 22, 2018
- Keynote with Stony Evans
- Framing Our Learning (exploration of the Future Ready Librarians Framework and AASL Standards)
- Lunch (Note: Lunch will be on your own)
- Conversation Strands to Deepen and Connect Learning (aligned with Framework and Standards)
- Establishing Next Steps
- Networking Social
Stony Evans is a Teacher Librarian at Lakeside High School in Hot Springs, Arkansas. He earned his MS in Library Media and Information Technologies from the University of Central Arkansas. He was selected as AAIM Library Media Specialist of the Year in 2013. Stony is a Microsoft Innovative Educator Fellow. Stony is the 2017 recipient of the Arkansas Library Association's Retta Patrick Award. He was a 2017 finalist in the AASL Social Media Superstars. Visit his blog at librarymediatechtalk.blogspot.com, email him at email@example.com, or follow him on Twitter @stony12270.
Future Ready Librarian Framework
As this movement and the frameworks were developed, it became clear that all the key-players needed a "voice," especially Teacher Librarians.
To learn more, visit the Future Ready Librarians page or read Lynn Kleinmeyer's Future Ready Librarian blog post.
American Association of School Librarian (AASL) National School Library Standards
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