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Armed for the 21st Century: Highly Effective School Librarians Lead the Way

For those of you who can’t attend our CAL conference session on Saturday morning @ 9:45, . . . FEAR NOT!

We have even MORE Highly Effective School Library Program workshops (formerly known as the “Power Libraries Program”) on the horizon! See below  for more detailed information and link to a workshop flier.

How can school librarians have a positive impact on student growth and achievement? What strategies and tools will enable them to get there? Participants in this workshop will evaluate their library programs (using the newly revised “Highly Effective School Library Program Rubric”) and learn strategies for improvement for meeting the needs of 21st century learners. Leave this workshop with a toolkit that will help you help your students thrive and be post-secondary and workforce ready.
CDE and Colorado Library Consortium (CLiC) are partnering to offer two workshop opportunities (as well as an opportunity for six $100 scholarships to cover registration and a substitute for the day):
Workshop Date/Locations:
• Pueblo on Friday, November 18th
• Thornton on Friday, January 27th
• Registration: $40 per person
For more information, visit the CLiC website: http://www.clicweb.org/highlyeffectiveschoollibrarians


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