APL Educational Resources focusing on 6th through 12th grade (Gonzales)

(Adult Program)
Date: Thursday 9/19/2019
5 Month(s) 6 Day(s) ago
Time: 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Organizer: Administrator ( nstewart@state.lib.la.us )

Are you looking for ways to help your students with the new school year? Ascension Parish Library in Gonzales is conducting two workshops on free online library resources that are perfect for homework help and curriculum planning! These workshops will give you step-by-step introductions to numerous resources that teach math, English, science, history, and test preparation. These workshops will be held in our technology classroom where every person will be able to sit at a desktop computer and personally explore which resources most interest them.

The first program, held on September 17, at 6:00 PM, is open to parents and educators of children aged pre-k to 5th grade. You will be introduced to free resources available through the library such as Sesame Street eBooks, World Book, True Flix, TumbleBooks, and Hoopla. These resources cover everything from matching and counting, literacy, history, science, and even fiction stories that support early math concepts. They include ebooks, audiobooks, interactive games, videos, and activities that go along with lessons.

The second program, held on September 19, at 6:00 PM, is open to parents, educators, and teens and focuses on content for grades 6th through 12th. You will be introduced to resources such as Learning Express, Universal Class, Access Science, Science Flix, and Homework Louisiana. These resources offer everything from science projects, scholarly articles, quizzes, practice ACT tests, college and career preparation, and live tutors.

To register, please call 647-3955. Due to limited seating in the technology classroom, it is important to specify which program(s) you would like to attend.