Special Coronavirus Podcast Series - Part 2
Yesterday we heard from Dr. ET how to help support parents transitioning to teaching their own children at home. Today, our special guest is Amanda Jones from Watson, Louisiana. She is a veteran educator who has been sharing online how she is preparing to support her students and campus during their COVID19 closure. Listen to her interview here: http://laurasheneman.libsyn.com/librarian-to-librarian-coronavirus-talk-with-amanda-jones
In this podcast, Amanda does a wonderful job offering tips to other librarians who are preparing to support their campuses during this new adventure.
Update your school/library website and social media with pertinent information about school closures and how learning will continue.
She’s curating resources on Wakelet for teachers to learn about technology tools they will be using and resources to use with their students.
Interactive Read Alouds share by LivBits, Olivia Van Ledtje. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MrM7Ypu3uoEEwbyLQ6sxkx8d-sePrP2J64WQrb6dNfI/mobilebasic
She is hosting virtual field trips for her students.
This is what Amanda’s is working on from home:
As a committee member, read books on her state reading list.
Write a blog.
Do a collection analysis.
Inventory your library if your building is accessible.
Start planning for next year!
Professional Learning article: Curating “On Demand” Professional Learning by Courtney Pentland
You can follow Librarian Influencer Amanda Jones at:
Twitter: Amanda Jones, Defender of Wonder @abmack33
Twitter: Live Oak Middle Library @LOMiddleLibrary
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lom_library/ lom_library
Library Website: www.lomlibrary.org
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