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Thursday, March 2 • 10:00am - 11:00am
Inquiry-starters & PBL: Constructing Digital Narratives

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Student inquiry can form a basis for the development of deep understanding of a content area that will result in students having a solid grasp of the “facts” of a subject. Through inquiry facts are learned, not by rote, but by the process of in-depth exploration resulting in greater retention. Students may also develop a passion for a subject that can last a lifetime. This session explores how to present content in a way that serves as a springboard for student inquiry. Learn how to craft “hooks,” scenarios and digital narratives that highlight those events or phenomena that can lead to good questions and research. Emphasizing the use of primary sources, digital resources, and a problem-based learning approach, this session offers the opportunity to enrich curricular units and integrate technology.

Presenters
avatar for Rebecca Banach

Rebecca Banach

Library Information Teacher, Barrington CUSD 220
I am a K-12 licensed school library information specialist and technology specialist. I have my MSLIS from Dominican University and my CAS in Technology in Education from National Louis University. I am passionate about children's literature, technology integration, and meaningful learning.
avatar for Stacey Lang

Stacey Lang

Library Information Specialist, Barrington CUSD220
I am celebrating my 20th year as a library information specialist! For the past 12 years, I have been employed in Barrington 220 as an elementary library information specialist. Prior to this, I worked in Iowa, first as a K-12 specialist for three years, and then as an elementary media specialist in Ankeny for 4 years. | My background includes an undergrad degree in elementary education with a reading endorsement, and a Master's Degree in... Read More →
avatar for Dr. Mary Marks

Dr. Mary Marks

Library Information Teacher, Barrington CUSD 220
For the past 26 years, I have been employed by Barrington 220 as a K-12 licensed school library information specialist. My library and classroom teaching experiences as a middle and high school social studies/history teacher have led to instructional and field study partnerships with the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, National Geographic, the Field Museum, Illinois Geographic Alliance Institute, and the Library of Congress. Since... Read More →
avatar for Amy Rolain

Amy Rolain

Library Information Specialist, Arnett C. Lines Elementary
For the past twelve years, I have been employed by Barrington 220 as a K-12 licensed school library information specialist. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, I began my career in 1996 as an elementary classroom teacher and curriculum designer at Lincoln School in Mundelein. I continued as an elementary teacher in St. Paul, Minnesota, where I began my MLIS degree at the College of St. Catherine. I finished my degree at... Read More →



Thursday March 2, 2017 10:00am - 11:00am
Preservation Hall

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