Is your school library Future Ready? Join us for a full day professional development session, where Mark Ray will lead participants as they explore the Future Ready Librarians Framework. This will include the school librarians role in curation and dissemination of content, working as a curriculum/tech/pedagogy consultant alongside classroom teachers, empowering students within a personalized learning environment, and new directions for learning commons/lab type spaces. The session is open to Librarians, Administrators, and Instructional Leaders.
Mark Ray is currently Director of Innovation and Library Services for Vancouver Public Schools (WA) and Future Ready Librarians Lead. A 20-year teacher librarian and instructional technology facilitator, Mark was the 2012 Washington State Teacher of the Year and named a National School Boards Association “20 to Watch” in 2015. His work has focused on digital learning, professional development and re-imagining school librarians and libraries.
Event Date: April 23, 2018 from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Location: The Italian American Community Center, 50 Frank DiMino Way, Rochester, NY 14624
Registration: Monroe2 My Learning Plan
Food: Breakfast & Lunch are provided. Please register for lunch here: http://monroe2boces.libsurveys.com/loader.php?id=0a7d4b5255f154fd4e48a7d4c63018d0