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Blending Print & Digital Resources in K-12 Classrooms: More Personalized, More Engaging, More Collaborative

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Presented by: Brain Hive & School Library Journal

Event Date & Time: Tuesday, April 28th, 2015, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM PT
Register NowJoin SLJ and Brain Hive for a FREE one-hour webinar on best practices for supporting K-12 literacy initiatives in the digital age! We’ll explore how librarians, curriculum directors, and teachers can make teaching and learning sweeter by combining print and digital resources to differentiate and personalize instruction.

Learn how blended literacy instruction can cultivate 21st century skills and address Common Core and ISTE standards by:

  • Extending learning beyond the classroom with interactive online reading tools
  • Using technology effectively to boost independent reading and encourage student choice
  • Blending online and classroom learning to differentiate instruction in both core and small group activities

Panelists:

Molly Sublett – Concierge, Brain Hive, LLC

Molly Sublett is the Concierge for Brain Hive, LLC. She provides personalized service for librarians and classroom teachers using Brain Hive in their schools by helping with account setup and administration as well as assisting in the creation of customized eBook collections and theme sets to meet educators’ unique curricular needs. Coming from a background in teaching middle school English, Molly is passionate about providing K-12 students with engaging, challenging opportunities to read and learn.

Terri Soutor – President, Brain Hive, LLC

Terri Soutor is one of three founders of Brain Hive, LLC, which launched in June 2012 as a division of Lerner Universal Corporation. As President, Terri has been in ed-tech and publishing for over 20 years with a personal and professional mission for joining exceptional content with technology in an accessible and affordable way to improve teaching and learning in our nation’s schools.

Moderator:

Kathy Ishizuka – Executive Editor, School Library Journal

Register NowCan’t make it on April 28th? No problem! Register now and you will get an email reminder from School Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!

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