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The GiggleIT Project

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The GiggleIT Project, is an initiative of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) Children’s and Young Adult Literature (CYAL), Special Interest Group (SIG). This project is an …

The GiggleIT Project, is an initiative of the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) Children’s and Young Adult Literature (CYAL), Special Interest Group (SIG). This project is an example of how IASL endeavours to promote an inclusive outlook, racial tolerance and collaboration between schools using the association as a mentoring and information resources sharing conduit.

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  • 1. The GiggleIT Project 2010 Diversity Challenge Resilience: School Libraries in Action The 12th Biennial School Library Association of Queensland, the 39th International Association of School Librarianship Annual Conference incorporating the 14th International Forum on Research in School Librarianship, Brisbane, QLD Australia, 27 September – 1 October 2010.
  • 2. The GiggleIT Project 2010 Learn how to mesh the GiggleIT Project into your existing curriculum programs. See and hear GiggleIT Project participants’ creativity as published online to the international community. Discover how to improve children’s literary skills as they become global neighbours.
  • 3. Library as supermarket… School Library Traditional school library model = Students are consumers of information and story.
  • 4. Library as kitchen… Get Make Share* GiggleIT School Library 2.0 GiggleIT allows students to be consumers and creators of information and story. * Joyce Valenza 2009
  • 5. School Library 2.0 GiggleIT The school library becomes 2-way bridge between students and the world.
  • 6. Using The GiggleIT Project at William Clarke College Kerry Pope Teacher Librarian
  • 7. Using The GiggleIT Project at William Clarke College
  • 8. Concept mapping Teaching and learning National identity Research template Interviews
  • 9. ICT CYBERSAFETY EMAIL
  • 10. STUDENT MOODLE PAGES
  • 11. GiggleIT Pumpjack = a large “what’s a Pumpjack?” machine that pumps oil out of an oilwell. Pumpjack Pumpjack Pumpjack Including a glossary clarifies cultural referents and slang for GiggleIT readers.
  • 12. Our thoughts on the GiggleIT Project! Olivia Patrick Laura Ashleigh Peter Caitlin
  • 13. A special surprise for you from the kids at William Clarke College! Natasya, Caitlin, Mollie, Demi, Kristen and Lauren (Year 5)
  • 14. GiggleIT Project 2010 & Year 7 National Identity Unit Year 7 SOSE/English Name: _________________________ Chosen Topic: _________________________ Unit: The Aussie Identity Assessment: Research task & informative brochure Draft Due: Thursday 19th March Research booklet & brochure due: Friday 27th March Objective: To develop an understanding of what makes Australia unique by investigating significant icons, places and people. Task: You have been selected to represent Australia on an international exchange student program. You are required to present an informative brochure on a ‘slice of Australia’ to your host family. During class and home time, research a topic and create a brochure displaying your information. a) Research: You must submit evidence of the research process. Use the orange books provided. These will be handed in and marked. When you have found a book with relevant information, open up your research booklet and put all the bibliographical details onto the bibliographical planning sheet. Then, at the top of the first page in your booklet, write the name of the book that you are using, its author and today’s date. Then start reading and taking notes. Remember that these must be neat, in your own words and in dot point format only. Repeat this process for every book (or source) that you use. b) Brochure: Create a brochure displaying your researched information. It needs to include text and pictures. Because it doesn’t tell the whole ‘story’, it should contain the most important parts of the ‘story’, and be attractive and appealing so that the reader is motivated to find out more. The brochure’s audience needs to be clearly identified and targeted. ( See separate sheet – Genre Writing: Constructing a brochure) This item will also form part of your ICT assessment. Thanks to Kate Cooper and Concordia Lutheran College 2008

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