Date: February 23, 2018
Where: History Colorado
Who should attend: K-16 teachers, librarians, and other educators. Come by yourself or bring your colleagues!
What to expect: A full day of innovative and inspiring professional development.
Substitute Reimbursement: We are able to offer the first 100 educators substitute reimbursement. Please select the Substitute Reimbursement Ticket.
Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources Western Region in collaboration with History Colorado are proud to announce the 14th annual Teacher Librarian Day on Friday, February 23th, 2018.
Keynote Speaker: Lee Ann Potter, Director of Educational Outreach at the Library of Congress.
You asked and we answered. The morning of TLD will once again offer inspiring short Ted-style talks focusing on innovative ways to use primary sources in the classroom. In addition, the afternoon of TLD will feature hour-long breakout sessions from a number of our speakers as well as educational partners in Colorado.
TLD 2018 will be another captivating day of professional development and we can’t wait to see you on February 23, 2018.
Strategize learning for all skill levels.
Connect with student’s daily lives in a meaningful way.
Engage with primary sources to make history come alive.
Eight professional development hours will be given through email after the event.
All attendees are eligible to register for .5 credits offered through Adams State University. Details will be released at the beginning of the Spring semester.
Mark your calendars for February 23th, 2018 and register online now for Teacher Librarian Day 2018: Strategize. Connect. Engage.
*TPS MSU Denver will not be able pay for attendee parking. Please plan accordingly.