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Monday, December 9 • 11:15am - 12:15pm
Spark and Tell Monday Session II

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Adnan Ezad (Instruction - High School) Using Multi-Media Software and Applications: Incorporating Subject Matter and Student Interest: This session will demonstrate how to leverage various mulit-media platforms,
particularly iMovie, Unity Game Design Engine and Audacity as different means students can choose from in order to demonstrate mastery of common content-related skills.

Anne Piascik and Debra Gottsleben (Professional Growth/Community Engagement - All) Snapshot Day: How Taking a “Selfie” Can Help You Advocate for your Library: Learn how to advocate for your library by using Snapshot Day. Snapshot Day was started by the New Jersey State Library and is a way to capture the impact that librarians have on their communities in a single day by collecting and sharing statistics, photos and stories.

Stephanie Singer (Community Engagement - Middle) Junior Librarians: Building up Your Minion Army: Over a couple years, the student volunteers in the Readington Middle School Library Media Center have increased in number and importance to the library program. The Junior Librarians help with basic duties as well as special projects around the LMC. Learn more about how this 30-student strong club has come to thrive.

Shari Stein (Digital Citizenship - Middle/High School) Crossroads: Digital Literacy and Digital Citizenship: We will explore how to weave digital citizenship into digital literacy and media studies; to effectively communicate with students and teachers about how to use technology responsibly in language they understand; and use strategies to promote collaboration among technology coordinators, curriculum supervisors, library media specialists and teachers.

Kim Zito (Makerspace/STEM/Tech - All) AR To Go: Extend your Impact and Reach into Classrooms: Extend your reach within your school by creating To Go Kits for use by teachers in the classroom. Learn about materials and tools for creating Augmented Reality To Go Kits--then adapt the idea to materials that you have in your library.

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Debra Gottsleben

SLMS, Morristown High School
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Anne Piascik

School Library Media Specialist, Morristown High School, Morris School District
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Stephanie Singer

Library Media Specialist, Readington Middle School
I am the Readington Middle School library media specialist, President of the Hunterdon County Librarians Association, mother of two readers, and overall helper person.
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Shari Stein

High School Librarian, John P. Stevens High School
Shari Stein has been an educator for over 33 years. For the first 8 years, she was an English teacher in Edison, NJ. For the past 25 years, she has been the librarian at John P. Stevens High School in Edison. She is an expert in digital content management and social media usage. Shari... Read More →
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Kim Zito

School Librarian, Crossroads North Middle School
NJASL webmaster; Rutgers PTL

Monday December 9, 2019 11:15am - 12:15pm EST
Douglass 5th Floor