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Students need to have the opportunity to learn computer science. It supports logic, problem-solving skills, and creativity. There are wonderful, free digital tools, apps and programs that are available to help librarians, educators and parents support our students in developing these skills. And by starting young, they will have a foundation for success in 21st-century career paths.
In this webinar, Shannon McClintock Miller explains the importance of learning to code and how to work it into the classroom and library through various events, programs and digital tools and apps. You'll walk away with lots of ideas to bring it to your school community and make it lots of fun along the day.
This useful webinar will address the many ways students learn through text, audio and video, and the resources that can help educators engage all students and keep them on a path of curious, inquisitive learning.
Comic books and graphic novels have long been thought of as entertainment, but they can also be excellent learning tools. Katie Monnin and Nader Quamari explore how to use graphic novels in the classroom.
Pull up a seat at the table and join our team as they discuss our Curriculum Alignment services, see how they make decisions and the impact it has on schools.
Learn to use technology as an interactive learning tool.
Get the lowdown on a very strong curriculum and budget strategy in education.
Engage in deeper understanding of what "Depth of Knowledge" means and looks like, as well as specific strategies for success.
Get an overview of CCSS for reading literature and writing narrative texts for grades K to 8, and much more.
Hear how the 2014 Follett Challenge winners bring innovation to school.
Sheila Carr shares how libraries can utilize technology to its fullest in helping students prepare for the challenges ahead.
Hear about fruitful partnerships, engaging programming, and creative strategies to get kids reading.