The strength of our advocacy rests upon the contributions you can make to our collection of working and learning conditions data from around the province.
We sincerely appreciate the time and effort it takes to provide your local data to us. Your contributions enable the BCTLA to provide the most accurate and compelling case for continued increases in local and site funding of library learning commons, needed Teacher-librarians allocated hours, and the impact your work as T-Ls provides the greater public education community.
Follow the link provided here to enter your site’s data – thank you!
This important survey collects information on the conditions under which teacher-librarians work in this province. The data is turned into reports which can be used in local and provincial advocacy efforts. Previous year’s reports can be found online at https://bctla.ca/member-services/working-learning-conditions/.
Congratulations to all of our award winners!
B.C. Teacher-Librarian of the Year
Diana Poole Memorial Award
B.C. Teacher-Librarians’ Association President’s Award
Val Hamilton Lifetime Achievement Award
New Teacher-Librarian of the Year
2019 Grant Recipients
Ken Haycock Professional Development Grant
William H. Scott Memorial BCTLA Conference Grant
Thanks everyone for attending the conference this year at École Salish Secondary School in Surrey. Our large numbers every year let us know how much you appreciate the chance to get together and learn.
If you are wishing to re-check in with the conference page you can find it here.
We can’t wait to see everyone again next year at R.E Mountain high School in Langley!
Monday, October 28th is Drop Everything and Read Day – are you ready for it?
Click here to and gain access to posters to download!