How can classroom teachers and librarians collaborate in service of building students' knowledge?

Apr 29, 2022 2:46:00 PM

Hi Literacy Lovers,

In our recent episode we’re joined by two educators from Skaneateles, NY - Seth and Kelly. Seth is a sixth grade ELA teacher and Kelly is a middle school librarian. Seth and Kelly collaborate to build students’ knowledge on topics in Wit & Wisdom ELA. They tell tips and tools that educators everywhere can use. If you’re wondering… How can I collaborate with other educators (or specialists) in my school to build students’ knowledge? Wonder no more! Seth and Kelly share how they do just that. We’re so glad you’re here to learn with us. 

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