Instructors: Nijma Esad & Sarah Elwell
Saturdays 9am-5pm | April 25; May 2, 9, 30; June 6
This course explores the visions and best practices for school library media programs to ensure that students and staff are effective users of ideas and information and that the library is a creative and intellectual learning hub. School library media specialists empower students to be critical readers, thinkers, and researchers as well as knowledgeable consumers and creators of information. The school librarian works with the entire school community to support and propel the comprehensive school plan and embed the core tenets of social justice. This course is designed to provide support for school librarians with the knowledge, expertise, resources and professional learning community to create and manage effective programs.
Participants may earn 45 PLU’s or, tentatively, 3 graduate credits from Trinity University.
1601-16th SE St
Washington, DC 20020
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