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Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times. #TheEdCollabGathering (Meg Pettigano) Opening Remarks: Christopher Lehman, Founding Director of The Educator Collaborative ☟⬇︎ Watch Opening HERE ⬇︎☟ Christopher Lehman is the Founding Director of The Educator Collaborative.

If you don't follow them already, please do! The four co-founders of #DisruptTexts created a wonderful presentation that, as an educator, makes you rethink the curriculum and texts that are deemed "worthy" in your schools. – mpettigano

His bio can be found here.

#TheEdCollabGathering (Meg Pettigano)

Follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @iChrisLehman. Disrupt Texts is a crowdsourced, grass roots effort by teachers for teachers to challenge the traditional canon in order to create a more inclusive, representative, and equitable language arts curriculum that our students deserve. Distrupt Texts members include Tricia Ebarvia, Lorena Germán, Dr. Jennifer LeGarde's "Creating The Libraries of Tomorrow for the Learners of Today"

Be the hero (LuAnn) Role of the School Librarian PTA presentation (Mary Fuchs) Reader's Advisory 101 (Mary Fuchs) How to Do a Presentation - 5 Steps to a Killer Opener (Mary Fuchs) Bibliotherapy 2.0 (Fran K.) Fake News Teaching Students How to Evaluate Resources. Haley James/Guided Inquiry presented by Lyn Hay. Bullying in the Classroom (Ana) (Holly) Metanoia: Library resources and research. Where Do We Fit In? School Libraries and the Common Core (Ariel Richvalsky) STEAM Power Your Library presented by Amy Koester (Chrissy Holcombe) Jessica Eschbach - Monday Giveaway Books for a Better World - Google Slides. Jennifer Casa Todd - CueByte Talks - MassCUE Conference 2018 ; Shared By: Amanda Carey. 3 Accessibility and Library Websites - Chris Lainson.

Nikki Roberson's Presentations (Dr. V) June 6-10, 2016June 6, 2016Basic GoogleGoogle Drive is a tremendous resource for educators for lesson planning, brainstorming, and other teacher-centered activities.

Nikki Roberson's Presentations (Dr. V)

However, there is even more potential in the ways Google Drive can be used with students. In face-to-face, blended, and online classes, Google Drive can be used for collaboration among students and with others outside the four walls of the classroom. *The Cure for Bad PowerPoint: A Review of Presentation Zen. Libraries: innovative spaces to dream, think, and create. Personal Learning Network and Your Performance (Jill B.) The Future is Now: Equipping our Learners to be the Leaders of Tomorrow (Mary Kate) Creating School Libraries of the Future for The Students of Today (Kathryn B) Redefining School Libraries (Christina B). Heather Lister Presents - PETE & C (Christina C.) 10 Ways Librarians Can be a Marketing Genius Like Lady Gaga (Amy)

2018 Annual Conference(Sylvia D) Program Monday, June 25 Location: Morial Convention Center, Rm 295 ALA Unit/Subunit: AASLMeeting Type: ProgramCost: Included with full conference registration.Open/Closed: Open Building and sustaining strong, positive relationships is at the core of everything school librarians strive to achieve.

2018 Annual Conference(Sylvia D)

Taking a focused and deliberate approach in building relationships between the school librarian and students, teachers, administrators, the larger school community, and other librarians and educators is key. Tiffanywhitehead. Anne Behler, Information literacy librarian at Penn state university.

Anne's presentations are organized, clean, engaging, and easy to follow. In the presentations that showcase the results of her work as PSU's information literacy librarian, she incorporates data and student responses. You can learn more about her at – mbsieminski

Video in the library. Library Design With Intention: Internet Librarian 2015 - Jenna J. Slide1: @technolibrary.

Library Design With Intention: Internet Librarian 2015 - Jenna J

The Magic of the Library - A Fun Presentation of The University of Bergen Library. What is a Library? Tiffany Whitehead's Presentations (from Taylor)

It won't let me link directly to her presentation page for some reason, but if you go to the "past presentations" tab on Tiffany Whitehead's portfolio site, one page of presentations that really stand out to me are those from CSLA 2017. I especially love the "Ditching Dewey" presentation because of the clear and consistent branding. – taylordomenick

Library Media Tech Talk: Computers in Libraries 2017 (Jaime) Introduction Back in the fall of 2016, my friend Tracey Wong asked me to present a session with her at the Computers in Libraries Conference in Washington, D.C.

Library Media Tech Talk: Computers in Libraries 2017 (Jaime)

Tracey is a school librarian in New York. I was very excited about this opportunity since I had never attended an out of state library conference. This was a chance to attend a national library/ technology conference and share our best practices! Preparation Tracey had her session, "Game Design as a Catalyst for Learning", accepted by the conference. Brainstorming Content Both of us had cool tools we wanted to share. STEM in the School Library by Tracey Wong on Prezi (Jaime) David Lee King Presentations. Lisa S. Hafuboti- Motion to sparkle approved. How to Give a Killer Presentation (Anina) A little more than a year ago, on a trip to Nairobi, Kenya, some colleagues and I met a 12-year-old Masai boy named Richard Turere, who told us a fascinating story. His family raises livestock on the edge of a vast national park, and one of the biggest challenges is protecting the animals from lions—especially at night.

Richard had noticed that placing lamps in a field didn’t deter lion attacks, but when he walked the field with a torch, the lions stayed away. From a young age, he’d been interested in electronics, teaching himself by, for example, taking apart his parents’ radio. He used that experience to devise a system of lights that would turn on and off in sequence—using solar panels, a car battery, and a motorcycle indicator box—and thereby create a sense of movement that he hoped would scare off the lions.

He installed the lights, and the lions stopped attacking. But Richard’s story was so compelling that we invited him to speak. How to be a Presentation Ninja by Gwyneth Jones (Daring Librarian) Posted by Gina Policastro. Keys To Leadership-Shannon McClintock Miller. Digital Image Factory (from Steve T.)

One of the things I particularly liked about these tips for making a vivid presentation is that they provide some specific tools, and suggestions for using those tools, to create great graphics - an area that tends to be my weak point. – thegoogledoc

Public Speaking & Audience Engagement (from Steve T.) One account.

Public Speaking & Audience Engagement (from Steve T.)

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  1. novelquirks Apr 12 2018
    I'm sorry. I still don't understand Pearltrees. Do we need to be invited for every new section that is build or am I suppose to have access to all of them but haven't been able to? Anyway, I wanted to share Tracey Wong's presentation on STEM in the School Library which incorporates Prezi and Video to convey her message. There was also a presentation on "Game Design as a Catalyst for Learning" that she collaborated on with Stony Evans. They used powerpoint, brought the tools they were speaking about so people in the audience could try it out, and also did a Skype conversation with one of their students so he could convey his story.