This Community will establish a collaborative community of educators, advancing the practices of innovative librarians in our schools. Participants will focus on collaborating and sharing common professional inquiries on their practices in the role of the school librarian, diversifying collections, collaborating and co-teaching, and developing innovative library spaces.
This Community is ideal for all librarians and educators who seek to expand their understanding of the evolving leadership role the teacher librarian facilitates in schools. These sessions are at the junction of the practical and aspirational practices in the international community. Participants are welcome to share and have some great take-aways to adapt to their libraries. Educators from Pre-K to Grade 12 are all welcome.
All 5 live sessions for this community will be on Tuesdays between 7:00-8:30pm (HKT) on the following dates:
Erin Wilson currently works as a Whole School IB Librarian in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She has vast experience working with diverse cultures from Native American students to inner-city students and the international community. Her Master of Library Science degree is from Indiana University and has worked as a school librarian for fourteen years in the US, China, India, and Bangladesh.
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