100 More Library Lifesavers: A Survival Guide for School by Pamela S. Bacon

By Pamela S. Bacon

A career's worthy of inventive options to difficulties and demanding situations in general encountered in class libraries, this moment quantity to the best-selling a hundred Library Lifesavers provides one other a hundred ready-to-use lifesavers that will help you remain on best of your busy time table and make your library glance stable! professional tuition library media professional Pamela S. Bacon once more stocks functional, field-tested recommendation for almost any activity. each one lifesaver contains a short description, suggestions (helpful feedback) and instruments (ready-to-use templates), in addition to an additional characteristic known as journeys (Internet links). Grades 6-12.

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If the event wasn’t a success, talk to the teacher or person who requested the event. Deter- mine what could have been done differently to make the program work. Was the problem with the content provider or the students? • If a technical difficulty occurred during the program, enlist help from your technical sup- port team to ensure the same thing doesn’t happen again. In some cases, the problem can’t be prevented, but in others a “tune-up” can help. • Send or fax the evaluation form to the content provider.

3. Compile Lesson Plans R Some sessions will send handouts, hands-on materials, or even complete lesson plans to you in advance. 4. ” R Discuss the purpose of the program. ). R Have students prepare questions in advance. 5. Test Equipment R Play around with the equipment before the session—you can’t break it! R Set up an interactive test session to ensure equipment is working properly. R Train students to run the equipment. 6. Call for Help! R If you have trouble, call the help desk—that’s what they’re there for.

6. Watch the time. The equipment turns itself off when it is programmed to do so—whether you’ve wrapped up or not! 7. Thank the presenter verbally at program’s end. 8. Act naturally on camera—this modeling helps student relax, too. 9. Be ready to call the help desk if program cuts off or the sound is lost. Distance learning equipment is increasingly reliable, but it’s always best to be prepared. 10. When speaking, look at the camera, not at the television screen. Lifesaver Tool 5B. Distance Learning Survival Guide—During the Event Library Lifesaver 6 AFTER THE DISTANCE LEARNING EVENT—FOLLOW-UPS Hopefully, the distance-learning event was a huge success.

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