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2014 Spring Conference Workshop Handouts
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Keynotes
Penny Kittle
Ben Grey
Terri Grief

Pre-Conference Workshops
Rigorous Learning with Emerging Technology
How Writing Notebooks Anchor Workshops
Downtown St. Louis Walking Tour

Trivia Night


Session I - Sunday 1:30 - 2:30 pm
Makerspaces in Schools and Libraries
Show Me the Future of Picture Books
100 Great Books for Teens
Understanding the Future of Digital Resources
Truman Tie-Ins with Cross-Curricular Lessons!
The Future is Now with Integration of Technology
Great Books for Young Readers
Urban Literature
Multiethnic Literature for Grades 5-8
Tech Tools for the 21st Century Library-Learning Commons
Mark Twain Readers Award Committee
Partnering with the Public Library
Retweet and Hashtags and Follorers @#My
Google Calendar Can Help!)

Session II - Sunday 2:45 - 3:45pm
Gateway in Your Future
Show Me the Future of Picture Books
I Hate to Read!
Safari Montage
Break into Learning Commons Without Breaking the Bank
The Future is Now with Integration of Technology
Great Books for Young Readers
Urban Literature
That's Genius: Using Genius Hour to Engage Students in Inquiry
Tech Tools for the 21st Century Library Learning Commons
Mark Twain Readers Award Committee
Partnering with the Public Library
HeritageQuest

Session III - Monday, 9:15 - 10:15am
It's YOUR Future: Lead the Way
Let's Give 'Em Something to Talk About!
Mysteries and Thrillers
Making Books Come Alive for Teen and Tween Readers
Socially Academic
Be a Hub of Information: Websites to Help You and Your Teachers!
Engaging Tomorrow's Readers with the Books of Today
History Meets the Future: One School's Approach to Keeping SSR Alive and Relevant
The Future is Now: 21st Century Skills and Collaboration
Presentation Formats Students Will Love and Tips for Managing Them in the Elementary Library
Implementing a Book Love Reading Program
Sites for Cites
Face the Future with Google
Google Forms in the Library

Session IV - Monday, 10:30 - 11:30am
It's YOUR Future: Lead the Way
Let's Give 'Em Something to Talk About!
Mysteries and Thrillers
Making Books Come Alive for Teen and Tween Readers
Socially Academic
Be a Hub of Information: Websites to Help You and Your Teachers!
Engaging Tomorrow's Readers with the Books of Today
Re-Imagining the Library
Unique Missouri
Students Start Smart with Britannica
St. Louis Science Center
Sites for Cites
Face the Future with Google
My Library Google Site

Session V - Monday, 2:30 - 3:30pm
What's New in YA Lit?
The Picture Book Process
Where Do Ideas Come From?
Collaborating with Common Core
MO Botanical Gardens
HEC-TV Live! Videoconferencing that Takes Your Students Beyond the Horizon
Author Studies, Fiction, and Common Core - Together!
Big Read Partnerships Provide Big Learning Opportunities
Analyzing Primary Sources in Elementary Schools
Collaborating with Social Studies to Teach Research Skills
Don't Reinvent the Wheel
Using Easy Books to Explain Literary Devices
Grow Thinkers for the Future
Learning Express Library

Session VI - Monday, 3:45 - 4:45pm
What's New in YA Lit?
The Picture Book Process
Where Do Ideas Come From?
Collaborating with Common Core
MO Botanical Gardens
HEC-TV Live! Videoconferencing that Takes Your Students Beyond the Horizon
Author Studies, Fiction, and Common Core - Together!
The Rewards of Capstone Digital
Analyzing Primary Sources in Elementary Schools
Using Easy Books to Explain Literary Devices
Grow Thinkers for the Future
Google Docs In and Out of a Changing Classroom

Session VII - Tuesday, 8:30 - 9:30am
Retweet and Hashtags and Followers @#My!
Common Core = Creating Outstanding Reading Experiences, Take 2!
Facing the Future with Nonfiction
St. Louis Art Museum
Jonathan Maberry
Truman Tie-Ins with Cross-Curricular Lessons!
The New Reality of Literacy
Facing the Future: Lessons Learned from Planning and Implementing a 1:1 Personal Learning Pilot
Nothing but the Truth: How to Start a Nonfiction Book Club
St. Louis Zoo
Digital Transformation in the LMC
Alternatives to Student Response Systems

Session VIII - Tuesday, 11:30am - 12:30pm
Info About Infographics - A New Way to Present Information!
Gateway in Your Future
Tempt Them with Truman
Using the Missouri Building Block Picture Book Award in Your School
Nothing but the Truth: How to Start a Nonfiction Book Club
Web Tools SmackDown
Forgotten Google Tools
Community Search
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