"I'd love to do that at our library -- if only I had more time!" Sound familiar? It seems staff in libraries of all types are finding less and less time to get through all the things they need to do, whether throughout the day, during the week or year-to-year. Discover how you can more effectively manage your time in the short and long term so you can do the things that matter.
It may sometimes seem impossible to get some teens to read, but this workshop will present tips, titles, and tools to make the impossible happen. Learn how to entice reluctant readers, what types of books are most likely to grab and keep their interest, and how to connect with alliterate teens.
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 3-4pm ET (12-1pm, PT) - BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND! Mother Goose on the Loose with Betsy Diamant-Cohen - 1 hour AUDIO CONFERENCE
Learn about the award-winning early literacy program, Mother Goose on the Loose. After a brief review of theories of learning based on findings in brain research, hear about the structure of Mother Goose on the Loose and how it combines language, books, illustration, music, movement, drama, and creative interaction to create an optimal learning environment. Experience program songs and rhymes created by Canadian music educator, Barbara Cass-Beggs. Connect the program components with best practices for developing school readiness skills. Learn how to incorporate all this into your own early childhood programs.
REGISTER AT www.thepartnership.ca and scroll down to the 'Education Institute calendar'
This communication, including any attached documentation, is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed, and may contain confidential, personal, and/or privileged information. Any unauthorized disclosure, copying, or taking action on the contents is strictly prohibited. If you have received this message in error, please contact us immediately so we may correct our records.
Please then delete or destroy the original transmission and any subsequent reply.