Teacher Librarian Day 2023: Critical Conversations
Teacher Librarian Day(s)
- TLD 2022: Creating a Learning Oasis – Shared Resource List
- 2021 brought challenges unlike any other. 2022’s TLD will help you create a learning oasis in the classroom. Throughout the week, participants reimagined, reinvigorated, and re-energized their teaching practices through flexible inquiry and engaging primary source strategies.
- TLD 2021: New Directions – Shared Resource List
- Though we were distant, we still remained connected. We were separate and, yet, learning together in a shared experience. Creativity, compassion, and dedication helped illuminate the path for generations of young people. Our theme for Teacher Librarian Day(s) (TLD) 2021 was New Directions, meant to honor the herculean efforts of teachers throughout the 2020 pandemic, highlight the importance of purposeful pedagogy, and reflect on not only 2020, but also on our overall place in history.
Teaching with Primary Sources Western Region at MSU Denver hosted the 14th annual Teacher Librarian Day at the History Colorado Center on February 23rd. The 14th TLD came with a few logistical changes, and from preliminary reports, it was a huge success! This year we were fortunate to have Lee Ann Potter, Director of Educational […]
After a small scare at the beginning of the week with the weather forecasting snow on February 24th, 2017, Teacher Librarian Day was a huge success once again. Over 150 teachers, librarians, and education specialists from all across Colorado showed up excited to listen to our 10 speakers and get resources from 18 different educational […]
The 12th annual Teacher Librarian Day 2016: Creative Contrast was held on February 26th, 2016 at History Colorado. Nearly 200 teachers, librarians, educators, and content specialists attended the event and unlike last year, the weather was beautiful – 60 degrees and blue skies! This year’s theme was Creative Contrast. It was chosen to spur innovative […]
February 27th, 2015 was definitely a day for the record books. The Denver Post reported that the 3.3 inches of snow that blanketed the already snowy Denver Metro streets broke a 103-year- record for the most snowfall in the month of February. While the monster 22.2 inches of accumulation that Denver received in just twenty-seven […]
Wow, a lot has happened in the ten years we have been hosting Teacher Librarian Day! We have proudly watched this cornerstone event evolve, growing in scope, number of presenters and audience size. A Look Back: Peggy O’Neill-Jones, our TPS at MSU director since the program’ s 2004 beginning, recalls planning the first TLD in […]
On March 1st of this year, over 150 educators gathered for Teacher Librarian Day at SpringHill Suites Downtown at Metropolitan State University. SpringHill Suites at Metro State, this year’s venue, was a huge hit with attendees. SpringHill Suites is one of the newest additions to Auraria Campus. It was opened in 2012 as a part […]
Our annual Teacher Librarian Day, which was originally scheduled for February 4th, was postponed due to a monster snowstorm courtesy of Mother Nature. Fourteen inches of snow fell on the Denver Metro area the night before the conference, which led to Auraria Campus closing the following morning. Not a team to abandon all hope, we […]
The annual TPS-Colorado Teacher Librarian Day was held this year on February 12th. The conference, titled “Unpack the Standards – Discover Your Story” was a professional development event for Colorado educators that was hosted by Metropolitan State College of Denver in collaboration with Rocky Mountain PBS, the Denver Public Library, the Colorado History Museum, and […]
TPS-Colorado held its annual Librarian Days Conference this year on the last two days of January. Over one hundred educators from across Colorado converged on Auraria Campus, in downtown Denver, each one of them anticipating a stimulating two days of learning, networking, and information gathering. Their main objective was to learn the methods and intricacies […]