The prominence of technology in STEM education provides opportunities for teacher librarians to collaborate with teachers across multiple disciplines and embrace leadership roles through integrating digital tools for teaching and learning. This presentation will discuss work from the federally funded REALISD project which is providing professional development for K-12 teacher librarians for designing and facilitating STEM learning in their schools. Participants will learn about locating, accessing, and evaluating digital resources, along with strategies for utilizing resources to provide learning experiences in the STEM areas through both formal and informal instruction.
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IASL Annual Conference Proceedings, 2021.
Supporting STEM Education in the School Library with Digital Tools by Lucy Santos Green, Mellissa Johnston, Amanda Jones, and Erica Thompson is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Johnston, M. P., Green, L. S., Jones, A., & Thompson, E. (2021, September). Supporting STEM Education in the School Library with Digital Tools. In IASL Annual Conference Proceedings. https://doi.org/10.29173/iasl8301