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New Ideas for Libraries' Virtual Programs for Young Children

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Virtual storytime and programs made step-by-step to boost children’s librarians’ skills in imagination, sensory learning, STEM, and literacy

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This very dynamic 1.5-hour virtual workshop is about:

  • Children's librarians' prepared environment – Technical aspects of education/pedagogical work on camera that impact the patrons' virtual experience: Laptop/tablet/phone; Lights and voice; Background; Pace; Live sessions; Recorded Programs.
  • Beyond reading books on video: Inventing a unique storytime that fits on screen – Making a story/program in less than 10 minutes using zero-budget materials that everybody has at home.
  • Virtual play: Fostering sensory and motor development through interactions between screens and enhancing tons of imagination.
  • "Partners in Learning" – Virtual support for parents and caregivers that focus on growing relationships and literacy among families.

Explore step-by-step new solutions for virtual storytime and grow your children’s librarians’ skills by designing virtual programs that address sensory learning, movement, and imagination combined with STEM and early literacy.

Along with this virtual workshop, you'll receive:

  1. Certificate of participation.
  2. Detailed handout with inspiring pictures, quotes, and literature.
  3. 40% discount coupon for 1:1 Embodied Learning coaching and consultancy.
  4. 25% discount coupon for one Embodied Learning virtual staff training for you and all the children's librarians in your library system.

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About the presenter

Tommaso Lana is currently the early childhood education consultant (contract) at Los Angeles Public Library and Allegheny County Library Association (Pittsburgh, PA).

He collaborates with large library systems such as Brooklyn Public Library, Queens Public Library, and San Mateo County Libraries. Moreover, Tommaso served New York Public Library, ALSC (ALA), and Pennsylvania Library Association.

Tommaso is the founder and facilitator of Embodied Learning.

Embodied Learning is a multidisciplinary experiential training program that transforms (formal and informal) educators’ communication and interaction skills through sensory play, movement, and imagination.

Scroll down to learn more about Embodied Learning and Tommaso Lana.

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