Help the 2011 Emerging Leaders Promote AASL’s Learning4Life!

The 2011 Emerging Leaders team working with AASL needs your help! We’ve been tasked with creating promotional materials for Learning4Life, and we would love your input. As an initial step, we’ve created a survey about how librarians are using the Standards for the 21st Century Learners to empower their students to think, create, share, and grow; we’ll then be highlighting the excellent work librarians all over the country are doing as we create promotional materials for the standards.

Please take a few minutes to tell us about the amazing work you’re doing with your students, and please share this link with other school librarians. We’re particularly interested in any pictures or videos you have of learning in action that you’re able to share!

So tell us–How does your school library program empower students to THINK, CREATE, SHARE and GROW?
You can find the survey at:

Thanks in advance for your input, and stay tuned for more!

–AASL’s 2011 class of Emerging Leaders

Buffy Hamilton, GLMA Communications Chair for Sara Kelley-Mudie, AASL/ALA 2011 Emerging Leaders


About Buffy J. Hamilton

I am a writing and Language Arts teacher who loves learning, literacy, stories, learning, dogs, poetry, fabulous shoes, and good lip gloss. I began my career as a high school English teacher in 1992 and then became a high school librarian and 2011 Library Journal Mover and Shaker before returning to the classroom in August 2016.

Posted on March 7, 2011, in AASL 2011, Advocacy, Best practice and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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