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Beyond the Basics: Libraries as Centers for the 4Cs!

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  • p21
    partnerships for 21st century learnin
    more skills = financial literacy / global awareness
    curation?
  • this is what employers and colleges are seeking
    p21 all over this
    libraries all over this
  • school is not really like that
  • we are actively producing a product that our “buyers” don’t want.
    this is where libraries come in.
    you sorta can’t blame teachers.
    we have sort of this opportunity and obligation to fill the gap.
  • virtual tour - art gallery
    we “made it” if we were displayed in the library.
    made an effort to cover the library in student work.
  • creation stations
    replaced reference.
    free time - make it about building something new.
  • shannon miller
    avatars
    drawing
    being willing to model learning from failure is important.
  • architecture books
    give purpose to the resources she had.
  • i think it’s really important to look for non-traditional ways for kids to communicate
  • web20 classroom
    artwork, audio files, video book trailers.
  • dress up
    ell students.
  • section - right by the front door.
    cataloged those books.
    gave them authority.
  • weather during “open circulation”
    conversations.
  • idea paint / chalkboard paint
    @shannon miller
  • mystery skypes
  • those roles do not exist in real life or really in school.
    the person who does all the work. the person who does none of the work. the person who gets the rest of the group in trouble.

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  • 1. @jenniferlagarde www.librarygirl.net