Last November, 12 Lilead Fellows and Mentors presented at the AASL National Conference that took place in Phoenix, Arizona. You can see who spoke here.
Among those who spoke are 2015-2016 Lilead Fellows Ann Morgester, Sarah Searles and Stephanie Ham. Below you can find presentation slides from their respective presentations.
Ann Morgester, Weeding for Greater Engagement – the One Who Retires with the Most Books Does NOT Win Presentation Slides:
Sarah Searles and Stephanie Ham, Someone Should Do Something, and I’m Someone: Empowering Leaders to Empower Learners Presentation Slides:
You can read a recap of the Lilead Fellows meeting in Phoenix here.
About the Lilead Fellows Program
The Lilead Fellows Program, supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), is a 12-month professional development program for school library supervisors. Learn more on our website and Twitter.
About the Institute for Museum and Library Services
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