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Shannon Miller

Shannon McClintock Miller, who was the district teacher librarian at Van Meter Community School for 8 years, is now an international speaker and consultant working with librarians and educators around the world. She is the Future Ready Librarians and Project Connect Spokesperson, Buncee's Teacher Librarian Advisor and Cantata Learning's Teacher Librarian Advocate. Shannon is the author of the award winning The Library Voice blog and enjoys writing for various blogs, journals and other forums. She is currently writing two children's book series with Cantata. In 2014, Shannon was named a Library Journal Mover and Shaker, in 2016, she was awarded the Making it Happen Award by ISTE.

Some of Shannon's Webinars

Presented by Shannon Miller Tuesday, May 10, 2016
3:00 - 3:30 PM EDT
Presented by Shannon Miller Wednesday, August 26, 2015
2:00 - 2:30 PM EDT
Presented by Shannon Miller Wednesday, February 6, 2013
11:30 - 12:00 PM EST
Presented by Shannon Miller Tuesday, August 7, 2012
10:00 - 10:30 AM EDT

Meet SimpleK12 Trainer Shannon Miller

Q & A with Shannon Miller

If you weren't in education, what do you think you'd be doing and why?

I would be in Africa working with children and young people...making a difference in their lives.  It has always been very important to me to make an impact on others - helping them, making them feel good about themselves, giving them what they don't have.  Also, I would be somewhere creating something, a new school, new library, art somewhere.  

What's your idea of happiness?

My idea of happiness is being able to be yourself with ones who love you, to be heard and understood, to be able to "just be" and love the little things that surround you in life.  

The teacher who had the biggest impact on me and why:

The teacher who had the biggest impact on me was... Ms. D, my art teacher.  She was young, right out of college and she was my mentor, teacher and friend.  She encouraged me to embrace my talent for art and follow my passion.  She heard what I was always trying to say with my art and with my voice.  

If you could live anywhere other than where you are, it would be:

If I could live anywhere... I would love to live somewhere I could look out my window and see mountains, water and lots and lots of sky.