Bring a “bright idea," something fun, informative or useful. (Idea suggestions are: links for great websites, programming ideas or lessons, a game idea, helpful strategy, 2.0 tools, great apps, decorating ideas, or who to follow on Twitter.) Click here to download a printable registration form. RSVP is required. For directions, add your starting point in Google Map . The very popular Red Barn will be catering a tasty meal, so come hungry!
5:00 – 5:45 Registration, Dollars for $cholars, Networking
5:45 – 6:00 Dinner is served
6:00 – 6:30 Working Dinner Business Meeting
6:30 – 6:45 Installation of Officers
6:45 – 7:45 Twenty Minute Workshops
"Our kids are on a digital playground. Who has recess duty?"
D'Anne Schnackenburg Nixa Public Schools
More than ever before, our students are playing, studying, and socializing online. Who is responsible to teach them how to be safe, ethical, and to understand the importance of digital citizenship? Library Media Specialists have a great opportunity to step into this role and be a vital link in the process of teaching this important 21 Century Learner skill.
“Try Must Do/May Do Scheduling in Your Library”
Carrier Alkier Springfield Public Schools
Learn how you can allow your students to have choice, flexibility, and personal learning during their library time. Once students complete their Must Dos then they can choose a May Do that fits their learning and interests.
“What's Happening in the Library?”
Jill Wooldridge Willard Public Schools
Does your district require a quarterly or annual library report to the school board?
Administrators? Hear how a paper report filled with library statistics evolved into an
entertaining, interactive virtual report. If you prepare reports for your library, we hope
you'll share what you do during a brief discussion.
7:45 – 8:00 Door prizes and Closing