Countless studies have shown that students achieve at higher levels when their school library programs are effective and partnered with subject area teachers. Both interrelated instruction and professionally selected materials relevant to instruction are the domain of the school librarian/media specialist.

The School Librarian in the Core Curriculum is a special day planned on Saturday, October 4th, at St. John’s University Library D’Angelo Center for library staff from the Diocese of Brooklyn and Rockville Centre.

Countless studies have shown that students achieve at higher levels when their school library programs are effective and partnered with subject area teachers. Both interrelated instruction and professionally selected materials relevant to instruction are the domain of the school librarian/media specialist.

The School Librarian in the Core Curriculum is a special day planned on Saturday, October 4th, at St. John’s University D’Angelo Center for library staff from the Diocese of Brooklyn and Rockville Centre.

Carl Vitivich, Superintendent of Nassau BOCES School Library System will present the facts, strategies and materials that will enable the Catholic schools to be relevant and competitive in the new environment of the Core Curriculum.

Separate sessions will be dedicated to elementary and high school levels, and materials will be useful for implementing the new focus of learning today.

Date: Saturday, October 4, 2014
Time: 9:30-3:00 P.M.
Place: St. John’s University Library, Room 406

Preregistration for this event is required. Deadline is October 1. The cost is $10.00 for materials and refreshments.

To pre-register or for more information, contact:

Nancy Schmidtmann
Call: 631-626-4938
Emai: natopolo@optonline.net