Can you give an example of programming diversity in public libraries, particularly in reference to LGBTQ+ programming?
A great example is Drag Queens come in to do story-time with children. It's great when the story has a 'princess' involved.
What is your person preference for designing lesson plans?
I prefer the BOPPPS method - Bridge In, state lesson Objective, Pre-Assessment, Participatory Learning, Post-Assessment and Summary
Can you provide an everyday example of Simon's Satisficing heuristic?
In selecting online content, most people choose something from the top of a SERP/results page. It's easier than scrolling through hundreds or thousands of results and the top result is usually reasonably relevant.