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Summer Summit 2016 Resources and Presentations
Summer Summit 2017 at the Fort Hall Shoshone-Bannock Hotel and Event Center
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Summer Summit 2016 was a blast!
Forty-six Idaho school librarians had a few days of fun, learning, and community in July in beautiful Coeur d'Alene
attending Summer Summit 2016! Tiffany Whitehead, The Mighty Little Librarian, was our fantastic featured speaker, and shared tons of valuable information to take back to school. If she is ever a choice on the conference program, be sure to attend her session - you won't be disappointed! Follow her blog at mightylittlelibrarian.com , where you can find this infographic Tiffany created and shared for anyone to use. Just remember to cite and attribute!
The Breakout EDU session was a highlight, and many librarians came away with ideas about how this exciting activity can be applied to most any content area. We hope librarians, teachers, and students alike have many hours of hands-on, collaborative learning with it!
There were also sessions on low-tech making, information literacy, how to program within a fixed schedule, and what high school grads should know when they get to college, among many, many other topics!
A sincere thanks to all who took a few days out of their summer to get some PD! Hope to see you all again next year for Summer Summit 2017!
Summer Summit 2016 Agenda:
All the things we covered.
Where you can find the Stuff:
Please refer to your binder for participant list
Keynote: Tiffany Whitehead:
Information literacy topics are also found in:
Open Text Resources and How-to's:
Open Text on Information Literacy: Open Education Resource from State University of New York (SUNY) that can be used and adapted for information literacy lessons for any grade.
Guide and Ethics of Using Open Texts: Open texts are great, but how do I use them?
Open Educational Resources Commons: Collections, activities, websites, games, texts, and more - in all subjects - all open text. Aligned to grade levels and standards.
Games to develop and practice communication, problem solving, critical thinking and team work skills for any content area.
Games: sign up as a Beta Tester and get the password for the games. Free and easy.
Equipment: either order the complete set from Breakout EDU, or make your own by purchasing the parts.
Personal Learning Communities:
Elementary and Secondary Education Act, 2015 ESSA Revision
Lilead Fellowship: the goal of the Lilead Project is to study, support, and build community among school library supervisors - the individuals who coordinate library and information services in school distrits across the country.
School Libraries Work! from Scholastic: Download this document for free - it is full of data that shows the benefits of quality school library programs to students and to schools' achievement measures.