Upcoming Free Webinar
Many Faces of Collaboration

Presenter: Paige Jaeger and Bridget Crossman
Date: 05/7
Time: 5:00 PM EST


[Paige Jaeger and Bridget Crossman]

Are you eager to collaborate with more teachers in your school but need some ideas on how to start? Have you touted the benefits of collaboration and found your colleagues are still reluctant to partner with you? Then join us for this hour packed with ready-to-implement ideas and encouragement! Paige Jaeger and Bridget Crossman will discuss tried-and-true strategies, from covert operations to global initiatives, to connect with teachers and others in your community to increase student learning. If you're looking to give a boost to your partnerships or are wondering how to teach your students information literacy competencies when struggling with classroom collaboration, then tune in. Be prepared to get inspired and leave the webinar brimming with new ideas for strengthening your instructional roles.

During this webinar we will discuss how to:

  • Reach out and connect with classroom teachers
  • Increase community collaboration and global-techno collaboration
  • Wake up teachers to collaboration ideas
  • Incorporate building goals to increase collaboration
  • Promote reading collaboration
  • Covertly collaborate with silo instructors...and more!

Paige Jaeger, MLIS, is a prolific author and prominent educational consultant, delivering professional development at the local, state, and national levels on inquiry-based learning, the CCSS, and the C3 framework. Previously, she was a library administrator serving 84 school libraries in New York. Email: paigejaeger@gmail.com Twitter: @INFOlit4U

Bridget Crossman, MS, is an elementary librarian at Lake George Central School in Lake George, NY. She is the author of several professional articles and an upcoming book, Community Partnerships with School Libraries. Her leadership in the field has afforded her the opportunity to present across New York State at Library, Computer and Technology, and Social Studies conferences and sit as a select member of a Regional Library Leadership cohort. She was the recipient of the New York State Reading Association's Library Media Specialist Award. Email: bcrossm85@gmail.com Twitter: @bcrossm85

Entry ID: 2195748

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