Take the workflow for creating a Readers Theatre with Remote Collaborators in Part 1 and try it out for yourself in this hands-on experience where we will create a Readers Theater project with YOU as a remote collaborator. Pre-requisite: It is suggested that you attend Part 1 to learn the workflow. Bring a smartphone or tablet, as well as a laptop or Chromebook with Headphones. You’ll take away new skills, templates, and other resources that can be applied to your own Readers Theater or Other Collaborative Video projects.
Lucie deLaBruere After 26 years in her own classroom and as innovation coach in Vermont’s K12 schools, Lucie is now a a free-lance educator who collaborates with students, teachers, and librarian through innovative projects. She teaches in the EdTech sequence of the University of Vermont. Lucie is known as an ambassador for creativity and innovation and passionate about digital equity, learning through creating and making, and Project Based Learning. She is a Google Certified Innovator, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator and WeVideo Ambassador
Kate Davies, Blue Mountain Union School. After beginning her professional life as an academic librarian, Kate accidentally became a school librarian. She arrived at Blue Mountain Union School the same week as its first computer monitor with color and has been there ever since. She has an MLS from the University of Rhode Island and an M.Ed. from Lyndon State College, and also has Vermont TESOL certification.
Emily Wood, Richmond Elementary. Emily is the school librarian at Richmond Elementary School. She is passionate about authentic storytelling, student voice, creative media creation, and raging against the machine. She has been a librarian for the last 9 years. Emily has a BA from Syracuse University in Television, Radio, & Film and American Studies. She also earned her masters from UVM in Curriculum and Instruction specializing in education technology.