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2019 Annual Fall Conference: School Libraries Are Game Changers!: Presenters

Presenters A-L

Melissa Ahart, The Re-Imagined Empire State Information Fluency Continuum

Francesca Arturi, Empowering and Engaging Multilingual Students and English Language Learners with Buncee

Andrew BarrettBuilding Literacy and Community through Food

David CeciThe Re-Imagined Empire State Information Fluency Continuum

Ruth ChanPlanting the Seeds of Picture Books: Why & How Picture Books Support Literacy

Nancy Churnin, Letters from Anne and Martin

Caitlyn Coleman- McGaw, Celebrating Love & Resistance with Stonewall Resources at NYPL

Judith Dahill, Using Participatory Budgeting in NYC to Raise Funds For Your Library

Stephanie Davern, Reinventing the Book Fair for School Communities

Janice Davis, Making Your Children's (or Teen) Library a Welcoming Place

Anika Aldamuy DenisePlanting the Seeds of Picture Books: Why & How Picture Books Support Literacy

Gillian EngbergBuilding Literacy and Community through Food

Marissa FinnBuilding Literacy and Community through Food

John FlorioTruth Be Told: Using Biography and Nonfiction to Engage Inquiry

Alexandra Gellner, Letters from Anne and Martin

Rachael Harrington, Creating Social and Emotional Change Through Storytelling

Vashti HarrisonTruth Be Told: Using Biography and Nonfiction to Engage Inquiry

Don HayesPerma-Bound Collection Development Services

Deborah Heiligman, Truth Be Told: Using Biography and Nonfiction to Engage Inquiry

Jessie JanowitzA Practical Guide for Author Visits

Ken KuckelPerma-Bound Collection Development Services

June Jo LeeBuilding Literacy and Community through Food

Philip Lee, Building Literacy and Community through Food

Presenters M-Z

Torrey Maldonado, Uniting Reluctant-readers & Avid Readers on Common-ground Material

Bethany Martin, Research is FUNdamental!

Lesedi MatabogeUsing Participatory Budgeting in NYC to Raise Funds for Your Library

Maureen McNeil, Letters from Anne and Martin

Donalyn Miller, Engaging Middle School Readers

John MyersLearn.Think.Do - A Simple Framework for Meaningful Engagement

Olga NesiThe Re-Imagined Empire State Influency Fluency Continuum

Kiera Parrott, Top Tips from School Library Journal on Professional Reviewing & Book Evaluation

Christine PoserThe Re-Imagined Empire State Influency Fluency Continuum

Susannah Richards, Planting the Seeds of Picture Books: Why & How Picture Books Support Literacy

Doug SalatiPlanting the Seeds of Picture Books: Why & How Picture Books Support Literacy

Jon Scieszka

Ouisie Shapiro, Truth Be Told: Using Biography and Nonfiction to Engage Inquiry

Rebecca Shoaf, A Practical Guide to Author Visits

Karyn SilvermanResearch is FUNdamental!

Wesli Spencer, Letters from Anne and Martin

Hilary Spitaliieri, Empowering and Engaging Multilingual Students and English Language Learners with Buncee

Kendra TysonTruth Be Told: Using Biography and Nonfiction to Engage Inquiry

Barry Wittenstein, Truth Be Told: Using Biography and Nonfiction to Engage Inquiry

Cheryl Wolf, Building Literacy and Community Through Food

Salina Yoon, Planting the Seeds of Picture Books: Why & How Picture Books Support Literacy

Christopher Zarr, Rightfully Hers: American Women and the Vote

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