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Be the Change: Raise the Bar with Effective Collaborations

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SPONSORED BY: Mackin Educational Resources, Capstone, Rosen Publishing, and School Library Journal

EVENT DATE AND TIME: Thursday, May 16, 2013, 6:00 – 7:00 PM ET/ 3:00  - 4:00 PM PT

Archive now available!

Get the big picture and nitty gritty on what you need to about how to pull off collaborations that work–with peers, principals, public libraries, parents, and others—using partnerships as well as technology to turn gaps into opportunities for learning and leadership.

Takeaway: 10 Keys to Collaboration, and 10 Models Worth Stealing

Panelists

Andy Plemmons- Elementary Teacher Librarian, David C. Barrow Elementary, GA
Janelle Thompson-5th Grade, Instructional Technologist, Assistant Principal,
Van Meter Community School, IA
Marcus Lowry- Teen Librarian, Ramsey County Library, MN

Moderator
Shannon McClintock Miller - District Teacher Librarian,Van Meter Community School, IA

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