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To register for the 2020 NCSLMA conference, go to the NCSLMA website and click on the Events tab. Since our conference will be completely virtual this year, here are some things you can expect:
  • Private Facebook group for attendees. Live keynote sessions, author sessions, awards, and door prizes will be hosted in this group.
  • Exclusive access to pre-recorded videos for one year through a private page on our NCSLMA website.
  • Live sessions through Google Meet for each level of Battle of the Books.
  • General business meeting for all NCSLMA members.
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Saturday, September 26 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Kindergarten and First Grade Research: Gentle Inquiry, Authors, and Fanmail

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We know research is important for every grade level, but we also know that helping our youngest students learn the research process can be very challenging. Jennie Hunt shares a project that can help introduce research to younger students in a fun and engaging way.

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Jennie Hunt

Media Specialist, Southwest Guilford High School, Guilford County Schools
An elementary school librarian for eleven years, I have worked hard to hone lessons that are adaptable, relevant, and engaging for our students. My presentation this year will help you develop a unit that will suit your situation


Saturday September 26, 2020 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT
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