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Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
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Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902
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Kuhlthau, Carol Keynote PP 090902

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Keynote on 2. Sept 2009 in Abano Terme, Italy IASL 2009

Keynote on 2. Sept 2009 in Abano Terme, Italy IASL 2009

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  • 1. Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st Century Carol Collier Kuhlthau Center for International Scholarship in School Libraries (CISSL) Rutgers University USA
  • 2. 21st Century Skills  Globalinterconnectedness enabled by information technology calls for:  New skills  New knowledge  New ways of learning
  • 3. Information Technology  The easy part  Learning how to use new devices  The hard part  Learning how to use technology for creativity and enlightenment
  • 4. Information Technology  Impact on education, the economy, and politics  Changes the way we learn, work and are governed
  • 5. Inquiry Learning  Thefoundation of the information age school A research approach to learning
  • 6. Guided Inquiry  Inquiry guided by an instructional team to enable students to gain depth of understanding and competency in using a wide range of sources of information for learning.
  • 7. School Librarians’ role in inquiry learning  School librarians are vital agents in creating schools that enable students to learn through vast resources and multiple communication channels.
  • 8. Guided Inquiry A way of learning that accomplishes the objectives of 21st century schools. A way to meet the many requirements of the curriculum through engaging, motivating and challenging learning.
  • 9. Guided Inquiry – What is it?  Guided Inquiry is planned, targeted, supervised intervention throughout the inquiry process.  Grounded in extensive research of the process of learning from a variety of sources of information.  Constructivist approach to learning
  • 10. Model of the Information Search Process Tasks Initiation Selection Exploration Formulation Collection Presentation ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------→ Feelings uncertainly optimism confusion clarity sense of satisfaction or (affective) frustration direction/ disappointment doubt confidence Thoughts vague-------------------------------------→focused (cognitive) -----------------------------------------------→ increased interest Actions seeking relevant information----------------------------→seeking pertinent information (physical) exploring documenting
  • 11. Guided Inquiry Team  Three member core team  Build on expertise in the school  Extended team  Build on the expertise in the community
  • 12. 5 Kinds of Learning through Inquiry  Information Literacy  Learning how to learn  Curriculum Content  Literacy Competence  Social Skills
  • 13. Information Literacy  Concepts approach to  Locating  Evaluating  Using information
  • 14. Learning how to learn  Inquiry as a way of learning in the information environment  Students personalize the learning process
  • 15. Curriculum Content  Thecontent of inquiry is drawn from subjects across the curriculum.
  • 16. Literacy Competence  Goingbeyond learning to read to reading to learning. Practice for proficiency
  • 17. Social Skills  Community of learners  Small work groups  For interacting  collaborating  sharing
  • 18. Examples of Guided Inquiry  Primary School  Middle School  High School
  • 19. Getting Started in Your School  Three ways  Gain support  Develop an implementation plan  Create a network to share success and problems
  • 20. New ways of thinking about education  Teachers cannot do this alone  School libraries are definitely in the picture  School libraries need to be dynamic learning centers where students to learn through vast resources and multiple communication channels.
  • 21.  Guided Inquiry: Learning in the 21st Century, Kuhlthau, Maniotes, and Caspari, Libraries Unlimited, 2007.

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