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Educating staff and students to become better users of information has become the library media specialist’s goal.
The requirement to teach students to be able to apply their skills to curricular areas, real-world situations, and further investigations (Standard 2.1.3) inspire librarians to promote collaboration with subject teachers.
AASL and NETS AASL Standards Emphasis on reading Focus on self-confidence, adaptability, and creativity Dispositions, self-assessment, and responsibilities Reflection on process and thinking skills Intellectual freedom Personal and aesthetic growth Focus on inquiry process Importance of thinking skills Collaborative learning Planned approach to gathering, evaluating, and using information Use information to create new knowledge, solve problems, and for personal expression Respect diversity and varying perspectives Ethical use of information Similarities NETS (ISTE) Emphasis on technology Lifelong learning Supportive communities “ ongoing professional learning” Creativity and Innovation Communication and Collaboration Research and Information Fluency
When taking notes, the students refresh their memory on citing sources. They can use easybib.com site or refer to the Citing sources library web page. The students continue working with their information. They organize it on their wiki page and begin to decide what information is useful for their project and what is not. These activities provide evidence that the students are learning the skills necessary to effectively draw conclusions and apply their knowledge.
Kids are excited about new technology but creating tech products with colorful effects is not enough, they have to create new products with a sense. Tools like prezi and glogster are perfect for combining content with visualization.
Inquiry or problem-based learning and not technology should be the decisive factor. (Porter 2010)
The major accomplishment of this unit, most likely a direct result of participation by the school library media specialist as a partner of the instructional design, was the success of the Spanish 2 students. These students, whose Spanish skills were not high for reading authentic texts in Spanish stretched their abilities and worked on their vocabulary and practices Grammar to make their presentations appealing to others.