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BCTLA
British Columbia Teacher-Librarians -a specialist association of the BCTF, dedicated to supporting school library programs for the children of BC.
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BCTLA 23h
What are you excited to share with learners this year?
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Gilmore Library Learning Commons Aug 20
ALL adults in the EduSystem have a fiduciary responsibility to educate themselves so we can honour all learners. But how do we know what we don’t know? w/ new teacher’s guide DLFree
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Kam Aug 14
I really enjoyed the offerings this is awesome for TLs in
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Dr. Jennifer Williams Aug 16
🌏690 classrooms 🌍60 countries 🌎15,000 students Announcing our 1st annual ! Want to start the year with focus on w/ 16 other global classrooms? Still time to join in: ! Watch for group announcements next week!
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The CCBC Aug 15
30 Canadian YA and middle-grade books coming out this fall! via
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SchoolLibraryJournal Aug 16
29 Stellar Titles | Starred Reviews, August 2019 | School Library Journal
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TRenyard Aug 16
- here it is! Excited to see the work posted. Amazing BC educators represented in this work.
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SchoolLibraryJournal Aug 13
A new school year means navigating new places and spaces, meeting teachers, and making friends. These picture books can help ease the way.
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Richard Beaudry Aug 13
A Space of Their Own is an illustrated online database of over 600 female artists working in the US and Europe between the 15th and 19th centuries, launches.
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Jill MacDonald 🇨🇦 Aug 10
If you’re someone who loves picture books, then today’s going to be a great day! Get ready to use the hashtag Teachers from all over the world are sharing their top ten list of the best picture books!
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Kam Aug 8
Just registered for this event! BC Field Trip Fair for Teachers 2019 Registration, Tue, 17 Sep 2019 at 3:30 PM | Eventbrite ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Jay McTighe Aug 8
Check out 181 thought-provoking writing prompts from the New York Times!
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MOA Aug 5
Did you know that B.C. has 34 unique Indigenous languages and over 90 dialects, making up 60 per cent of all First Nations languages in Canada? Check out this great language map of BC from the to learn more.
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Brian Aspinall Aug 6
I’m celebrating my birthday with a contest! Simply retweet this for a chance to win a Bolt and an Activity Card set! Get your code on! GO ->
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Kelly Yang Aug 2
Teachers doing , I’m SOOO excited for our upcoming journey together as your students read FRONT DESK!!! 🤗🤗 I’ll be putting up free weekly videos (in which I answer ur Qs about the book!), downloadable posters, bookmarks & other resources on my website! ❤️
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BCTLA Jul 30
What great FREE opportunities. Thanks
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BCTLA Jul 27
Any word on making these available in Canada?
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Elaine Su | 苏依泠 Jul 25
This is an excellent and insightful article. Note: these stats include secondary and non-speaking characters in pic books. I know the stats for protagonists only would be much worse. So much work left to do and a list of A+ questions for us teach-libs to be asking.
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SchoolLibraryJournal Jul 26
speaker, Becky Albertalli is the author of the National Book Award longlist title, Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Youth service librarians must consider their role in their communities, in and outside the library walls. Join us on 8/8:
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BCTLA Jul 22
Available in Canada?
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