Workshop Schedule

The table below gives an outline of the different workshops available during the day. For a printable version including all the abstract details, please click on the following link

Programme Outline
Key Note Presentation - Theatre

Reading aloud to children – is it still the key to literacy in the 21st century?

Kate Shepherd, Austral Ed, Australia

Room 1
Room 2
Room 3
Room 4

Session 1
IB Extended Essay and TOK Essay: How to inspire students and make sure research is key
Marion van Engelen
Dulwich College, Shanghai
So you think you are going to run a Library? Crash course in Librarianship
Fiona Collins
WISS, Shanghai
Digital Storytelling: Using/making book trailers to bring life back to book reporting!
Barbara Boyer
SAS, Shanghai
Research that works!

Karen Lee Gockley,
Dulwich College, Beijing

Session 2
CIS Accreditation and Libraries: make that Section F Resources work for you and your Library
Marion van Engelen,
Dulwich College, Shanghai
Cataloging - where to begin?
Fiona Collins, WISS
CiCi Zhuang, WISS
Siau Ting Tai, SRIS
Karine Lespinasse Sabourault, Alliance Francais
How do we sell our books when students are on the computer?
Barbara Boyer,
SAS, Shanghai
Catch The Wave: Ideas For Getting Students and Parents On Board With Innovative Library Programs!
Rosemary Kinyanjui
SAS, Shanghai

Session 3
Books Illustrating Perspective or Different Points of View
Kate Shepherd,
Austral Ed, Australia
Readers are not only numbers!
Marion PAN 潘玥玲 & Camille CHEN陈祎
Alliance Francais, Shanghai
Mandarin Presentation
JING-A-Ling in the Library
Kate Benson,
Rainbow Bridge, Shanghai
Creating Library Promotional Materials
Beatrice Wu & Doreen Chou, SAS, Shanghai

Session 4
Library Pages
Student helpers in the Library
Ruby Xu, SAS
Role of the Teacher-Librarian in Inquiry
Eileen Hurley,
Suzhou Singapore International School, Suzhou
IMovie workshop
Paul Wong, SCIS Hangzhou
Tim Boyer, SAS, Shanghai

Closing Address - Theatre

Kamishibai : the art of kyokan, "the sharing of feelings"

Shigeko Kusakabe, Doshinsha Publishing, Japan, Eiko Matsui, International Kamishibai Association of Japan (IKAJA) and Karine Lespinasse Sabourault, Alliance Francais, Shanghai, China