How to Keep Reading Social during Hybrid Learning

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Librarians are masterful at building innovative lessons, programs, and activities that keep students motivated to read. Often, these experiences are successful because librarians have creatively woven in a social element. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has presented public and school librarians, teachers, and districts with the challenge of keeping reading social during hybrid learning.

In this roundtable conversation, Bridget Crossman, Stacey Rattner, Kristin Fraga Sierra, and Melissa Thom discuss the importance of and ideas for keeping reading social at all levels during hybrid learning. From classroom activities to community events, viewers will leave with a laundry list of ideas that are bound to be a hit for readers. Moderator Ali Schilpp leads an informative and engaging conversation and fields questions from the live audience.

  • Of interest to school librarians, teachers, reading specialists, building leaders, public librarians, and special librarians
  • Discuss the importance of keeping reading social during hybrid learning
  • Receive and share ideas for safely hosting social reading activities, programs, and experiences

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