The Erie 1 BOCES, Orleans/ Niagara BOCES School Library Systems & WNYLRC would like to invite you to attend a Professional Development learning opportunity:
There will be 5.5 hours of CTLE hours available from WNYLRC
Librarians from academic, school and public libraries will introduce attendees to methods which will help their students understand the research process. Based on writing assignments submitted beforehand by attendees, the presenters will proceed to model tools and skills teachers can utilize with their librarians that would introduce students to the research process and increase their information literacy skills. This will include helping students create questions to narrow and refine research topics, navigating a variety of information systems and introducing advanced search techniques for efficiency and best results. Participants will also explore ways to assist students in critically evaluating open-web and library sources for quality and relevance to their topic.
Please bring a fully charged internet ready device with you.
There will not be any to borrow.
***Substitute reimbursement will not be provided.***
*** There is NO cost to attend, lunch will be provided on location.***
Erie 1 BOCES Educational Center
355 Harlem Rd. West Seneca
Rooms B2A & B2B
Professional Development Workshop: Protest and Citizenship: Using Primary Sources to Create Evidence-Based Arguments
2 Professional Development Sessions that Support C3 Framework and Next Generation English Language Arts Learning Standards
Mondays, December 2 and 9, 2019 from 8:30am-2:30pm
Location: WNYLRC Training Center (4950 Genesee Street, Buffalo, NY)
The goal of this professional development program is to:
Each attendee will be required to attend two full day sessions:
We are very excited to launch this new program for interdisciplinary civic engagement learning and hope that you will participate in a unique endeavor that offers the best from the ELA and social sciences fields.
Dr. Ann Rivera, Director, Writing Across the Curriculum, Chair, Liberal Arts and Professional Studies at Villa Maria College, and member of the Buffalo Board of Education
Heidi Ziemer, Outreach & Digital Services Coordinator, Western New York Library Resources Council, and Teaching with Primary Sources Professional Development Provider Institute Coach
Stipends are available to reimburse the cost of substitute teachers
CTLE credit will be available and lunch will be provided
This program is sponsored in part by the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Eastern Region Program, coordinated by Waynesburg University.