In praise of school libraries—and librarians
Being a librarian is a labor of love, even if it means getting into “good trouble” for standing up for students' choice, right to read and access to technology in libraries, says K.C. Boyd, a featured speaker at DA’s FETC in January and a library media specialist at Jefferson Middle School Academy in Washington, D.C.
Why executive function skills matter
As an educator, you have the opportunity to shape students' executive function skills in and outside the classroom, says Nikosi Darnell, a speech-language pathologist and child development specialist with ClearView Speech & Consulting Services, and a featured speaker for the 2020 Future of Education Technology Conference.