Attention, K-12 educators! This summer attend one of our educator workshops to learn about the library's services for teachers and the latest and greatest books to use in the classroom. All workshops will be offered online this year.
Gotta Read This: New Books to Connect with Your Curriculum: This workshop highlights new books you might integrate into your language arts, social studies, math, science and arts curriculum. We have separate resources for educators of grades K-5 and 6-12.
- Kindergarten to fifth-grade educators: This is a two-part webinar, with part one (covering language arts and social studies) on August 2 from 2-3:15 pm, and part two (covering science, math, health and the arts) on August 4 from 2-3:15 pm. Certificates of attendance will be provided. Register now for part one | Register now for part 2
- Middle and high school educators: Sign up now, and we’ll contact you to let you know when the online booklists are available.
Library Connect Introduction: Chances are every K-12 student in your school district already has a Multnomah County Library card! Learn about this school-library partnership and how to get your students started: August 9, 2-3:30 pm. Register now
Library Connect Advanced: Are your students all set to use their Library Connect accounts? Learn more about the Multnomah County Library resources available to support classroom learning and extracurricular interests: August 11, 2-3:30 p.m. Register now
Talking Equity and Social Justice: Booktalks for Educators and Parents: Are you looking for some new books to share with youth on topics like diversity, equity and social responsibility? Our librarians will share quick booktalks for educators and parents of grades K-12 on titles that address these topics. Certificates of attendance are available. Register now
Novel-Ties self-paced online workshop (for educators of grades 4-8) : Hot, new fiction to use in book discussion groups and literature circles. Register now, and we’ll contact you to let you know when the workshop is available.
Contact School Corps with questions.