Normally on the first Wednesday of the month, I do a post about new nonfiction releases. However, this week, I am pre-empting my normal post to share about the Common Core IRL: In Real Libraries presentation that I was a part of at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference in Las Vegas this past weekend.
In preparing for the presentation, I had the opportunity to collaborate with colleagues in different places around the country. This was a phenomenal learning opportunity.
On Sunday, June 29th, in the South Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center, we shared the information and our experiences working with students with our audience. There were some great questions at the end of the session, and we are hoping to create future Common Core IRL: In Real Library posts in ways that will respond to questions.
If you are interested in checking out the presentation slides, the slideshare of our presentation is below (click the image). Please share this with friends and colleagues who may be interested.
Mary Ann Scheuer posted a portion of the introduction on her blog post, here.
Thank you to these amazing professionals, who I am thrilled to also count as my friends.
Mary Ann Scheuer, School Librarian, Emerson Elementary School (California) -
Louise Capizzo, Youth Service Librarian, Scarborough Public Library (Maine) -
Cathy Potter, School Librarian, Falmouth Elementary School (Maine) -
A special thanks to the following publishers for donating books for a special giveaway at the end of our presentation.
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