Coretta Scott King Meets Common Core
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The ALA Ethnic and Multicultural Information Exchange Round Table (EMIERT) continues its quarterly webinar series with a discussion of using the Coretta Scott King Book Awards titles from 1-2p.m. CST on Wednesday, February 5, 2014.
Join Kimberly A. Patton, Youth Services Supervisor at the Kansas City, Kansas Public Library's Main Branch in Kansas City, KS and Frances Martindale, Early Childhood/Lower School Librarian of The Joukowsky Family Library at the Gordon School in East Providence, RI as they lead the discussion on curricular uses of the Coretta Scott King book awards in support of ELA and History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects Common Core State Standards.
- Learn about the ELA and History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects Common Core State Standards
- Learn about print and digital resources available to support learning with the Coretta Scott King book award titles.
- Learn how to connect ELA Common Core State Standards with Coretta Scott King book award titles for K-12 in school and public libraries
- Learn curricular uses of the CSK Book Award titles in support of Common Core State Standards - English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects
- Find out tips and resources that your library can use to help support Common Core State Standards for ELA and History/Social Studies, Science and Technical Subjects with the Coretta Scott King book award titles.
Who Should Attend
- Librarians and educators interested in utilizing the award winning titles from the Coretta Scott King Book Awards in support of common core standards.
Kimberly A. Patton is the Youth Services Supervisor at the Kansas City, Kansas Public Library's Main Branch in Kansas City, KS. Before moving to the KC Library, she was the Teen Specialist at the KC Public Library's Central Branch and the Young Adult Specialist at the Lawrence (KS) Public Library. She graduated from Baker University with a B.A. in Business Administration and a Master of Science in Management and a Master of Library Information and Science from Emporia State University. She served as the 2010 President of the Young Adult Library Services Association, (YALSA) and currently chairs the Coretta Scott King Book Award Jury. She has co-authored A Year of Programming for Teens and A Year of Programming for Teens 2 with Amy Alessio, and published by American Libraries Editions. Their third title, A year of Book Groups for teens will be published in 2014.
Frances Martindale is the Early Childhood/Lower School Librarian of The Joukowsky Family Library at the progressive Independent K-‐8, Gordon School in East Providence Rhode Island. Her areas of specialty are the African Themed and Generated Picture Book and Visual Literacy. She has presented workshops on “The African Themed and Generated Picture Book,” Shadow Puppetry and The Best 100 reads for Middle Schoolers,” at local (RILA) and Regional (NELA) library conferences. In the fall of 2010 and the spring of 2012 Ms Martindale began co-‐ teaching with Noelle Walters the EDU 522, Multicultural Literature Course for the Teacher Residency Program at Gordon School/ Roger Williams University. She also collaborates with second grade teachers Cendhi Arias and Kate Mercurio in the Lower School when they present librarian/teacher workshops on such things as ‘Building a Multicultural Book Award,’ to the parent community.
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