CU Boulder Symposium Keynote: Literacies for Every Season of Their Lives

Many thanks to my colleagues at UC Boulder for the opportunity to participate from afar in your symposium today! Thank you so much for inviting me to be part of your day of learning and sharing.

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4 thoughts on “CU Boulder Symposium Keynote: Literacies for Every Season of Their Lives

  1. I always learn so much from you Buffy! This presentation is awesome, I will share this with teachers, such inspirational work, slides, and student participation- this is what it is all about:)

  2. Hi Buffy. Thank you for speaking with us at the CU symposium. It is alsways great to see what my colleagues are doing around the country. I particularly took interest in all of the work you have done with presearch. I am trying to focus on this more, as well. You had some great ideas that I am going to try at my high school. On a more practical note, I really loved those small dry erase boards that can be hung on an easel. I believe the easel fit 8 boards. Do you know where you purchased those?

    Thanks!
    Tiffany Stephens
    Teacher Librarian
    Legacy High School

    1. Hi Tiffany! Wow, thank you so much for your kind words, and I’m glad you enjoyed the presentation. We purchased the whiteboards and the easel stand through a local company, but since they are made by Steelcase, I’m betting there is a local vendor in your area. Here is what we bought: http://store.steelcase.com/verb-whiteboard-easel (we did the 36 inch one that holds 8 easels); here are the whiteboards http://store.steelcase.com/verb-whiteboards. I hope this information helps! Let me know if you need any additional details! Very best, Buffy

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