100 Different Seeds: Librarians Reflect on Remote Learning Takeaways
Listen and learn : Panel
Becky Calzada Carolyn Foote Lucy Podmore
During remote and hybrid learning, remote librarians all over the world found ways to make learning connected by seeding hundreds of ideas. Three Central Texas librarians, hosts from #TXLchat, share what seeds successfully grew, what's still experimental and what ideas librarians can take forward into the next school year.
|Audience:||Library media specialists, Principals/head teachers, Teacher education/higher ed faculty|
|Attendee devices:||Devices useful|
|Attendee device specification:||Smartphone: Android, iOS, Windows
Laptop: Chromebook, PC, Mac
Tablet: Android, iOS, Windows
|Participant accounts, software and other materials:||Socrative|
|ISTE Standards:||For Educators:
Participants will understand the intellectual role librarians play instructionally whether in remote or in person settings.
Participants will be inspired by examples of innovative uses of tools like Bitmoji libraries, Wakelet, Instagram, read-clouds, podcasts, and more tools that librarians used to connect with students.
Participants will have insight into what strategies were effective for remote and hybrid learning and how these strategies can be used in the future.
Participants will utilize a couple of these tools during the session to share their experiences with remote teaching/learning.
Introduction of panel - 5 minutes
Panelists each share philosophy/approach - 5 - 10 mins
Panelists each share tools/strategies they tried during remote learning 20 min
Audience member sharing w/small group - 10
Question/Answer - 10 minutes
Participants will use Sli.do or Socrative to ask questions of panelists and use Padlet to share strategies that they used during remote/hybrid learning.
Carolyn Foote is a former District Librarian in Eanes ISD in Austin, Texas, and is currently a "free - range" librarian and library consultant. She is passionate about libraries, library and classroom space design, library leadership, and student voice/choice. She is a 2013 White House Champion of Change for Connected Learning, and won the AASL Library Collaboration Award in 2019. Her writing can be found at her blog Not So Distant Future (www.futura.edublogs.org), and in numerous articles in journals. She is a frequent ISTE presenter.