Networked Librarians Take Reading Promotion to the Next Level

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John Schu and Shannon Miller's presentation for School Library Journal Summit on September 22 in Washington, D.C.

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Networked Librarians Take Reading Promotion to the Next Level

  1. 4. Brook Forest Elementary in Oak Brook, Illinois Van Meter School in Van Meter, Iowa 338 Miles Apart
  2. 6. Flickr: The Daring Librarian
  3. 11. twolibrariesonevoice.com
  4. 16. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-8Itllwci2fM/TkcByT-te2I/AAAAAAAAAts/MBl5i5sIoAA/s1600/Screen+shot+2011-08-13+at+5.57.41+PM.png
  5. 17. “… help all learners discover their true potential. ”
  6. 20. “ Words Change Worlds ”
  7. 36. We connected with five other schools and teachers in Georgia, Illinois, New York, New Hampshire, and Wisconsin to share poetry and put our into words into the air.
  8. 53. We learn from our Van Meter friends.
  9. 54. The library is always exciting and fun. We build friendships with kids who live far away.
  10. 55. I love playing games with my friends from Illinois.
  11. 64. Flickr: AdamKassam
  12. 66. Flickr: WKHanson
  13. 68. Flickr: Gadget Dan
  14. 71. Flickr: Tarleton Libraries
  15. 72. Digital Citizenship, Technology, Library Science Curriculum
  16. 76. The collaboration between classroom teachers, ourselves, and each other is documented and tied to standards/skills and Bloom’s Taxonomy covered. It is shared in a Google Doc online.
  17. 78. Let your students be heard. Let them create. Let them make their mark on the world. Let them be themselves. – FableVision

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