A full-day workshop just prior to the ISTE 2018 Conference in Chicago will explore how K-12 librarian leaders can lead, teach, and support the Future Ready goals of their schools and districts, develop an action plan for their library programs, and delve into the challenges and best practices surrounding empowering Future Ready Librarians.
The “Future Ready Librarian Leadership Summit” is hosted by Follett, which more than two years ago announced its support of Future Ready Schools (FRS), an initiative developed by the U.S. Department of Education. Led by two respected industry experts, it will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 23 at Marriott Marquis Chicago.
[Future Ready Schools® Releases New Blended Learning Guide for Districts]
Registration is currently underway, limited space is available, and the $99/person workshop fee includes lunch. ISTE ’18 kicks off the next day at nearby McCormick Place.
Ray, a past Washington State Teacher of the Year, will be joined in leading the workshop by Shannon McClintock Miller, an international speaker, consultant, and author who previously was a K-12 district teacher librarian in Iowa for 10 years.
To register for the June 23 Future Ready Librarian Leadership Summit, visit https://bit.ly/2pyL4g6. For more information about Follett, visit www.FollettLearning.com.