Saturday, February 13, 2016

Contexts and conversations

An intimate conference with a slight difference is being organised in April for School Librarians to be held in Beijing. The theme is "Contexts and Conversations" and will explore the thoughts, struggles and achievements that are part of the job of being a school librarian in an international setting. Exploration will take place of how situations and solutions change based on the contexts within the school, the community and the individual strengths we all have.

Presenters will be leading with questions they have, struggles they have encountered through sharing their achievements with participants, who will then have the opportunity to explore the issues through conversation based on their own context.

If you are interested in leading a conversation, or would just like to attend, please visit the links in the Smore below to express interest.

The conference is being organised by Katie Day & Dianne McKenzie through School Librarian Connection on the invitation of Keystone Academy and promises to be an exciting 2 days of learning and problem solving. We hope you can join us.

Share your thoughts, struggles, actions.
Submissions close 28 February

Express your interest to attend so as not to miss out on important information.

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