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PNLA 2019 Conference
LIBRARIES LEADING THE WAY

Centennial Hotel - Spokane, Washington

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Session G (Friday) [clear filter]
Friday, August 9
 

2:00pm PDT

Collection Development in the #MeToo Movement
How to build healthy and positive images of females in middle and high school collections. 

Consideration and discussion of current titles with healthy characters.   Encouraging kids to balance their book diet. Teaching students to recognize healthy relationship patterns.  Sharing microreviews with the audience.  

Speakers
avatar for Angela Archuleta

Angela Archuleta

School Library Media Specialist, Flathead High School/Whitefish Middle School
Angela Archuleta and Dana Carmichael are Teacher-Librarians in Montana, who want to engage our students in literacy and critical thinking. We believe in today's world we need to look at our collections and promote confidence in our students.
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Dana Caramichael

School Library Media Specialist, Whitefish Middle School


Friday August 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
Riverfront Ballroom A

2:00pm PDT

FUNancial Literacy
What better way to teach financial literacy than an escape room?! This presentation will share how two public libraries and a university finance educator combined forces to engage families with their money choices. How they capitalized on common core standards and the power of gamification to create an escape room - from scratch - and turn it into a circulating kit. 

Attendees will gain insight into creating a unique program model, the knowledge necessary to sustain and recreate it, and an increased understanding of a successful public and academic collaboration.

Speakers
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Andrew Bingham

FCS Financial Management Educator, University of Idaho Extension
I teach and talk about consumer finance for a living, and I never get tired of it. I'm happy to discuss any finance questions anyone may have, or brainstorm ideas to make financial literacy more engaging.
avatar for Dani Elizabeth

Dani Elizabeth

Program Specialist - Public Services, Meridian Library District
I am a librarian because ballerina archaeologist didn’t work out. I earned a BA in Early Education because I love people even more than books. I have 9 years of extensive and varied experience, ranging from early literacy programming to outreach. My passions are project management... Read More →


Friday August 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
Riverfront Ballroom B

2:00pm PDT

Opening Books, Opening Doors: a Community Collaboration
Opening Books, Opening Doors is a community partnership and commitment to ensure that by 2020, all students in the Coeur d’Alene School District exiting third grade experience a deep love of reading and meet grade level reading proficiency goals, including comprehension and fluency. This initiative is anchored by a $600,000 grant to University of Idaho to implement the Coeur d’Alene Early Reading Project, now called Opening Books, Opening Doors (OBOD), in partnership with the Coeur d’Alene School District. OBOD will add to existing Coeur d’Alene School District reading resources for students and teachers, and will coordinate literacy efforts of parents, volunteers and nonprofit organizations in Coeur d’Alene to create a community-wide approach to ensure reading success for K-3 students. This session will share the background on how this project came to be, the key role of the community partners and collaborators, the importance of reaching beyond our comfort zone into the community, as well as our successes and challenges. Participants will leave with a framework to develop this project in their communities. 

By the end of this session attendees will:
• identify community partners and resources to implement an OBOD model in their community;
• understand the OBOD initiatives, timeline, and program requirements;
• have an OBOD project outline to implement in their community.
 

Speakers
avatar for Keri Stark

Keri Stark

Director of Community Impact, United Way of North Idaho
Keri earned a BA in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Idaho. Her current work applies structural, collective impact approaches to disparities in early childhood care and education. For over a decade Keri has worked and volunteered with nonprofits ranging from environmentalism... Read More →
avatar for Amy Voeller

Amy Voeller

Program Manager, Opening Books, Opening Doors
Amy reinforces Innovia Foundation’s desire to drive community transformation by casting vision, convening and aligning partnerships, and promoting community-wide ownership for K-3 literacy. She holds an M.Ed. in Counseling and Human Services from the University of Idaho. Her passion... Read More →
avatar for Karen Yother

Karen Yother

Youth Services Specialist, Community Library Network


Friday August 9, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm PDT
Willow 2
 


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