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Tuesday, February 26 • 8:00am - 9:00am
Reading Comprehension and Digital Text: Striking a Balance Between Print and Electronic Formats

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Digital texts are a great way to inspire students of all ages and abilities about literature and language. They attract and motivate kids to read and offer benefits to reluctant and struggling readers, special needs students, and English language learners. How do we strike a balance between traditional print format and digital texts? This session will examine why educators should teach digital format while providing a primer on how to read, understand, and teach the unique structure of the digital text format and tools.

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Stacey Lang

Library Information Specialist, Barrington CUSD220
I am celebrating my 20th year as a library information specialist! For the past 14 years, I have been employed in Barrington 220 as an elementary library information specialist. Prior to this, I worked in Iowa, first as a K-12 specialist for three years, and then as an elementary... Read More →
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Amy Rolain

Teacher Librarian, Barrington 220
For the past fourteen years, I have been employed by Barrington 220 as a K-12 licensed school library information specialist. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin - Madison, I began my career in 1996 as an elementary classroom teacher and curriculum designer at Lincoln... Read More →

Tuesday February 26, 2019 8:00am - 9:00am CST
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