Are you willing to let students lead their own learning in the library? Student-driven classes in the school library can provide a rich atmosphere of STEM exploration, build trust and cooperation between students and librarians, and let students gain real world experience in developing and sharing their knowledge. Even if you are a STEM novice, students can create hands-on learning experiences that will teach both you and them about the world of technology. The boundaries of learning are wide open when student enthusiasm and curiosity lead the way.
Interests: Children’s Services, Technology, Transforming Libraries, Young Adult Services, Youth Services
Library Type: High School, Middle School, School/Media Center