Teacher Librarian Day 2016: Creative Contrast
Friday, February 26, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (MST)
Teaching with Primary Sources at the Metropolitan State University of Denverin conjunction with History Colorado are proud to announce the 12th annual Teacher Librarian Day (TLD) on Friday, February 26th, 2016.
This year's theme is Creative Contrast, which is meant to focus discussions around pedagogical creativity, examination of contrasting perspectives throughout history, and promote engagement with these perspectives to create new and fresh understandings. Presentations will be broad enough to allow for the exploration of original thought, and yet focused to stimulate innovative educational connections related to the use of primary sources in the classroom.
We will be offering an optional .5 hours of graduate credit through Adams State University (Registration details to follow).
ACT FAST! We can only provide substitute reimbursement to the first 100 requests.
*Be sure to select the appropriate ticket type to be eligible.
NEW THIS YEAR: TLD has a Mobile App for 2016! Download to your smart phone to see scheduled talks, speaker bios and other info as it becomes available. This will act as your conference program, so be sure to Download the App today!