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Be the Change: Take the Lead on Standards: Common Core and More

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SPONSORED BY: Mackin Educational Resources, Capstone, Rosen Publishing, and School Library Journal
EVENT DATE AND TIME: Tuesday, June 4, 2013, 3:00 – 4:00 PM ET/ 12:00  - 1:00 PM PT

Archive now available!

Whether your district is Common Core or not, its arrival and collision with the broad digital transition create unmatched opportunity for librarians to take leadership on meeting standards using their collection development and technology skills–mixing up materials and tools, stepping up the professional development role with teachers, innovating on the collection level, informing curriculum, and integrating digital tools.
Takeaway: 10 Steps to Take to Lead on Standards


Jennifer LaGarde- Lead Librarian, New Hanover Schools, NC
Bridgette Wagner- Director of Educational Services, Waverly Shellrock Schools, IA
Christine Poser- Teacher Librarian, Myra S. Barnes I.S. 24, NY

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

Click here to view the archive for Be the Change: 10 Keys To Leadership
Click here to view the archive for Be the ChangeMake the Administrator Connection
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  1. I am both a teacher and published writer and I need to be better informed about the Common Core and the changes that are a part of it.

  2. Karen Long says:

    I registered for this but was not able to get in? How do I do that? Wasted my time. Where are the directions?

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