Thursday, March 21, 2013

It Is Our Time To "Be The Change".....A New Webcast Series From School Library Journal

It is our time to "Be The Change."  

I wanted to let everyone know about an awesome new webcast series from School Library Journal that I will be moderating along with some very special guest speakers each month.  
It is called Be The Change and includes four upcoming webcasts...
You can register for FREE at each of the webcast links below....

10 Keys to Leadership on March 28th from 6:00-7:00pm EST

Make The Administrator Connection on April 25th from 6:00-7:00pm EST

Raise The Bar With Effective Collaboration on May 16th from 6:00-7:00pm EST

Take The Lead On Standards:  Common Core and More on June 4th from 6:00-7:00pm EST
I am very excited about our first webcast next week on March 28th.  
Especially for the three special guest speakers who will join me for 10 Keys To Leadership!  

My wonderful friend and mentor Joyce Valenza, who is the teacher librarian at Springfield Township High School in Pennsylvania.

Also, our two amazing teacher librarian friends from Washington State. Craig Seasholes, teacher librarian from South Seattle School District, and Stephen Coker, teacher librarian from North Thurston High School.
It will be a great conversation filled with 10 keys to leadership that will assist you be the change that you can be within your school district.
You can join the conversation for "Be The Change" by using and following @SLJEvent and the hashtag #SLJBTC on Twitter.  

If you cannot attend on March 28th or any of the other webcast dates, don't worry.....You can register now and will get an email reminder from School Library Journal post-live event when the webcast is archived and available for on-demand viewing at your convenience.  
School Library Journal; the wonderful series sponsors Mackin Education Resources, Capstone, and Rosen Publishing; and myself hope to see you at the webcasts.  There will be something for everyone and so much to take back to your others within your schools and districts as well.

We can all....

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