The process of igniting, sharing, and documenting public dreaming can lead to durable change and an increased sense of community. Hear about how this happened at SLA-MS and try it out for yourself.
During each of the six breakout sessions throughout the weekend, a large number of conversations will take place. This site will help you organize your plan for the weekend and provide the relevant information for each conversation. After signing in, search through the conversations below and mark the sessions you are interested in to populate your personal schedule on the right (or below if on your mobile phone).
In this session, participants will get an overview of what is meant by the term "web3" and learn how schools and educators can begin to think about what it means to incorporate aspects of web3 and the next wave of technology innovations in their classroom and beyond.
In this session, participants will engage with visible thinking strategies and note-making applications that support deeper learning and understandings across all disciplines.
The Secret Is Out: Recipes for Reinventing and Making a Difference in Your School with a Creative Credentialled Librarian
Discover how credentialed librarians are a recipe for low stress success as they partner with educators to enhance learning experiences through inquiry-based learning, instructional design, literacy, technology, SEL, and design thinking for every learner.
With mental health resources overburdened, schools are increasingly finding themselves on the front lines of a larger mental health crisis. In this conversation, we will explore ways to meet the needs of our learners, support faculty and staff members, and continue to center joy.
A recent article from the New York Times highlights how cross-class relationships are a key indicator of student mobility after high school. In particular the article pointed out: These cross-class friendships — what the researchers called economic connectedness — had a stronger impact than school quality, family structure, job availability or a community’s racial composition. The people you know, the study suggests, open up opportunities, and the growing class divide in the United States closes them off.