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Sydney Region Teacher Librarian Presentation

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  • 1. When everyone has a library in their pocket or in their bag, what is the new role of the Teacher Librarian in the 21st Century?
    “Change doesn’t care if you like it or not!”
    (Anders Sorman-Nilsson, 2011)
  • 2. Views from the revolution
    Generally learners:
    are not good curators
    are not good resource managers
    are not good searchers
    do not understand metadata
    do not understand the cloud or the semantic web
    are not able to assess source credibility
    are not able to assess veracity
    think a LMS will save them, up until it doesn’t
    confuse digital citizenship with cybersafety
  • 3. Classroom technology
  • 4. Students world
  • 5. What do these companies have in common?
  • 6. What is your context?
    http://bit.ly/SRTL2011
  • 7. When everyone has a library in their pocket or in their bag, what is the new role of the Teacher Librarian in the 21st Century?
    “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.”
    Albert Einstein
  • 8. I’m against it
  • 9. I encourage students to use a range of technology in my Library?
    Students would like to use technology in their learning?
    I would like my own children to utilise technology in their education?
    I own a mobile phone with internet/email access?
    If there is a difference between #1 and #2, then there is tension in the classroom - the students want to use technology whereas the teacher doesn't.
    If #1 is more than #3 then we have a moral issue - teachers want their own children to utilise technology in their classrooms but do not want to undertake such practices in their own classroom with other people's children that they as teachers have responsibility for regarding their education.
    Quick survey
  • 10. 3 important questions (that no one at Cobb & Co et al asked)
    What does a Teacher Librarian/Library offer that technology cannot
    How can a Teacher Librarian/Library meaningfully value add technology
    What skills/services do a Teacher Librarian/Library poses that teachers & students want (conscious incompetence) or need (unconscious incompetence)
  • 11. What is the effect in classrooms?
    Non-routine interactive
    Non-routine analytic
    Routine manual
    Routine cognitive
    Non-routine manual
    learner
    The dilemma of the school:
    The skills that are easiest to teach and test are also the ones that are easiest to digitize, automate, and outsource
    Economy-wide measures of routine and non-routine task input (U.S.)
    Professor Linda Darling Hammond
  • 12. Ask questions that can’t be answered by google
  • 13. reforming learning spaces
    Transport & Communication/Information
    Classroom
    http://www.floorplanner.com/
  • 14. Digital literacy?
  • 15. Professional learning network
  • 16. Digital citizenship
  • 17. 1:1 laptop programs, PDHPE and levelling up
    Ben Jones
    benjamin.jones21@det.nsw.edu.au
    Twitter: @benpaddlejones
    http://benpaddlejones.edublogs.org/

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