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School Librarians: Agents of Change 2.0
“Embed value in everything that you do. Instead of chasing things, get out ahead of them and create and curate.”
—Sara Escobedo, Teacher Librarian, Warren High School, CA

The COVID-19 crisis led to an unprecedented rise in remote and digital teaching across the nation. Teachers and school librarians had to learn—on the fly—completely new ways to do their jobs. After schools reopened, educators had to deal with many new realities amid a crisis. But as Sara Escobedo stated above, educators have the power to become change agents for their school communities, infusing each new undertaking and best practice with infinite value.

In this one-hour, on-demand webinar, Maggie Reagan, senior editor at Booklist, will moderate a conversation with educators at the forefront of such changes. You’ll learn how librarians and teachers can rely on each other and on the tools they already have at hand. Education experts Doreen Bergman and Sara Escobedo will delve into four of seven best practices, including driving librarianship by relationship, creating a strategic plan, utilizing existing structures, and prioritizing social and emotional learning.

Plus, you’ll receive the new insights brief from partners at the American Library Association; Booklist; and Gale, a Cengage company. School Librarians: Agents of Change 2.0 further details the best practices discussed in this webinar, including survey findings and guidance from dozens of other educators.

PANELISTS
Doreen Bergman, Assistant Superintendent of Instructional Support Services, Onondaga-Cortland-Madison and Oswego BOCES, NY
Sara Escobedo, Teacher Librarian, Warren High School, CA

MODERATOR
Maggie Reagan, Senior Editor, Booklist




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Sep 9, 2021 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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