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    • Lisa’s CSLA Conference Experience Pasadena, November 2011
    • YA Literature: The Best of the Best
      • http://csla2011.wikispaces.com/YA+Literature%2C+the+Best+of+the+Best
      • Michael Cart’s annual brief on the best of YA literature of the past year or so.
      • His picks are almost always among the future award winners
      • He’s a reviewer for Book List
      • His list is 6 pages long—and these are the books he thinks are the best. Imagine his reading list all year long!
    • Post-Secondary Perspectives on Lifelong Learning Essentials: Skills HS Students Need When They Go to College
      • http://csla2011.wikispaces.com/Skills+High+School+Students+Need+When+They+Go+to+College (presentation link included)
      • Community College, CSU, and UC librarians talk about skills they see lacking with incoming freshmen
    • Teach Your Library Aides to Go Beyond Google When Doing Internet Research
      • http://csla2011.wikispaces.com/Teach+Your+Library+Aides+to+Go+Beyond+Google+When+Doing+Internet+Research
      • “ This session will describe a research unit that is primarily self-taught, self-paced, and fun to do. The unit directs students to each Internet resource and has them look up a topic of their choice and record some basic facts and bibliographic information. The facts from all the resources are combined with the students’ imagination to create dynamic stories. “
    • Flip Your Library
      • Session Description
      • presentation link
      • The Flipped Classroom Network
      • Flipping is about taking out the lecture part and putting it online—screencasts, video, images, etc—so you can increase conversational time in the classroom—more powerful thinking
      • “ Knowledge is cheap and getting cheaper”
      • Engage Me video
    • Rockin’ Round the Library: How Partying In (and Out) of the Library Substantially Improves our Professional Practice
      • http://csla2011.wikispaces.com/Rockin%27+%27Round+the+Library+-+How+Partying+In+%28and+Out%29+of+the+Library+Substantially+Improves+Our+Professional+Practice
    • Policies that Protect: Overcoming the Fear Factor
      • Mostly shared research from Project Tomorrow.
      • Interesting how student and teacher responses differ
      • www.tomorrow.org
      • Click on “reports” in the navigation bar
      • The New 3 E’s of Education: Enabled, Engaged, Empowered—How Today’s Educators are Advancing a New Vision for Teaching and Learning
      • Speak Up 2010 National Findings
    • Digital Citizenship: Who’s Creating the Lessons, Teaching Them, and Monitoring that They are Taught?
      • http://csla2011.wikispaces.com/Digital+Citizenship+-+Who%27s+Creating+the+Lessons%2C+Teaching+Them+and+Monitoring
      • “ Learn about the process Kings Canyon Unified School District used to develop Digital Citizenship lessons for K-12 students and how teachers are monitored to ensure that the lessons have been taught. Online lessons will be shown and participants will have access to them on the KCUSD website.”