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Saturday, April 8
 

9:55am PDT

Help your students become data literate in an era of fake news
Facts do matter! Learn to infuse your lessons with reliable data sets to increase critical thinking and the ability to support claims with evidence. In this session we’ll review data literacy fundamentals, then explore a variety of fascinating data sources and discuss how data can be used in all curriculum areas.

Speakers
avatar for Rachel Cloues

Rachel Cloues

Teacher-Librarian, Roosevelt M.S., SFUSD
avatar for Esther Honda

Esther Honda

Teacher - General, SFUSD


Saturday April 8, 2017 9:55am - 10:55am PDT
Room 201

1:55pm PDT

Student Leaders = Grant Writers (6-12 grades)

Guidelines for writing successful Student Led Grants with Donor’s Choose.
Learn easy steps to help students develop leadership & grant writing!
Students will
1. create a project,
2. work with the teacher to write the grant including requested materials
3. let potential funders know about their grant

Examine examples of successful grants; draft description of class & prepare template for your student leaders.

Speakers
avatar for Kay Hones

Kay Hones

Librarian, SFUSD
KE Hones is a National Board Credentialed Librarian.


Saturday April 8, 2017 1:55pm - 2:55pm PDT
Room 202