April 23, 2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Presenters: Tessa Michaelson Schmidt, WI DPI; Caitlin Schaffer, Oconomowoc Public Library; Angela Meyers and Laurie Freund, Bridges Library System
This workshop will introduce participants to the core concepts of Connected Learning, which combines interests, relationships, and opportunities. It is learning in an age of abundant access to information and social connection that embraces the diverse backgrounds and interest of all young people. We will explore the principles of Connected Learning and how to incorporate them into practice for youth ages 0-18 years.
Learning Outcomes: Participants will…
- Learn about Connected Learning, the six principles, what it looks like in your library, and how to take your library services to the next level
- Understand educational equity and the public library’s role in providing opportunities for youth
- Discover youth interests in your community
- Leave with resources to help you incorporate Connected Learning into your library’s current programs and services
PLEASE NOTE: This is part 1 of a two-part series. Part 2 will be on computational thinking to be held 1-4 pm, Monday, September 23, 2019 at Franklin Public Library. Those who attend both workshops will be eligible for incentives, such as mini-grants or professional development scholarships. Stay tuned for more information on part 2.
Sponsored by the Southeastern Wisconsin (SEWI) library systems: Arrowhead, Bridges, Kenosha County, Lakeshores, Milwaukee County Federated, and Monarch Library Systems. Sponsored also by Chief Officers of State Library Agencies (COSLA), Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), and partly funded with a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, which administers the Library Services and Technology (LSTA) administered by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.
Venue: Franklin Public Library
Venue Phone: 414-425-8214
Venue Website: http://www.franklinpubliclibrary.org/en-us/default.aspxAddress: