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AASL National Conference & Exhibition 2017

Cultivating a Community of Readers: Literary Programming Ideas to Cajole, Challenge, and Engage Students

Nov 10, 2017 10:10am ‐ Nov 10, 2017 11:10am

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Description

Despite explosions in the electronic reading world, and emphasis on students developing 21st century skills, huge gaps in reading achievement exist among students. School Librarians are positioned to be the literacy leaders in our schools, bringing students to the skill that will sustain all of their education. This lively session will demonstrate how to create a community of readers by engaging and challenging students so that they develop into passionate, independent readers and learners.

Speaker(s):

  • Annie Ruefle, PYC and Lower School Librarian, Columbus School for Girls

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Kerrlita Westrick
12/15/17 9:43 am

A ton of practical suggestions in this session. Loved it!