Do you dread the after school crowd? Tired of shushing over and over and getting nowhere? Stuck in a rut in programming for your tweens? This webinar will help give you some ideas and information to help you with your tween crowd.
How to develop relationships and rapport with your tweensTactics for combating after school behaviorDevelop programming ideas for tweens
Joy Mueller is the Youth Literacy Associate at Tuscarawas County Public Library in New Philadelphia, OH. With a background in education, she’s worked in libraries for nearly six years. Currently, she programs for storytimes, tween technology clubs, school-age programs, and guerrilla programs. She enjoys creating ridiculous games for her programs and roaming through the shelves of bookstores and libraries.
Tracy Carpenter is a Children’s Customer Service Associate at Tuscarawas County Public Library in New Philadelphia, Ohio. She’s been with the Tuscarawas County Public Libraries for a total of 4 years and in the children’s department for about a year and a half. Tracy attended Kent State University Tuscarawas majoring in Business Management and lives in New Philadelphia with her husband and 2 tween/ teen children. She’s involved in programming for all ages, but specializes in tween programming which consists of both scheduled programming- such as Afterschool Art and Food Frenzy programs – and Guerrilla or “On The Fly” Programming.
Event Time:10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EasternLocation:Online
Via Adobe Connect
Contact Person:Melissa Lattanzi
(phone: 3306550531)Details:Who should attend: Anyone interested in working with tweens
Competency: Programming and patron awareness
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