A free, 3-part webcast series developed in partnership with SLJ and ISTE Now, more than ever, school librarians are leading creative technology use in K–12, from maker activities and robotics to mobile devices. Led by top practitioners in the field, Creative Technology Use in K-12 is an exciting webcast series with up-to-the-minute information and practical takeaways on hot topics in ed tech.
Join us for exciting presentations:
Webcast 1: Getting Started with Robotics
Get on board with one of the hottest trends in education and immediately engage learners of all ages with robotics. Learn how to integrate programming real-life objects in the library.
Webcast 2: Using Technology to Engage the Reluctant Reader
Learn how to use online tools to instill a love of literature in new and reluctant readers. From virtual book clubs to the creative use of Instagram and Pinterest, help students find the right book, share it with their peers, and expand their writing skills.
Webcast 3: Reading on Mobile Devices: Challenges and Opportunities
Learn the latest on using mobile devices with students. Gain insights and practical tips on everything from the finer points of 1:1 integration to the best apps, all toward enhancing multiple literacies among students and teachers alike.
Can’t make it on the live dates? No problem!
Register now and you will get an email reminder from School Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience!