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A faculty presentation on the changing role of the school library.

A faculty presentation on the changing role of the school library.

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  • 1. Our Mission
    Full Service Library
  • 2.
  • 3. marinermath.wikispaces.com
  • 4. Geometry Resources
    Synchronous/
    Asynchronous
    Chat
    Scribblar Documents
  • 5.
  • 6. PROTOTYPE
  • 7. OUR JOB
    The mission of the MCHS Library is to ensure that students and staff know how to find, assess, interpret, and synthesize information. This mission is accomplished by providing access to information in all formats, working with faculty and other educators, and designing learning strategies to meet the needs of students. The library prepares students for a successful post-secondary experience and for life-long learning.
  • 8. “Students have unparalleled access to learning materials; what they need from teachers now is help cultivating the skills of finding, assessing, interpreting, and synthesizing information.”
    -Horizon Report 2010
  • 9.
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  • 11.
  • 12.
  • 13. Transparency
  • 14.
  • 15. Pilot Program
    Your Curriculum
    AASL Standards
  • 16. Example From AASL Standards
  • 17. Getting the answers you need
    By asking the right questions
    A presentation by the Moreau Catholic High School Library
    in collaboration with Ms. Galloway
  • 18. French Revolution
  • 19. Big ideas are statements.
    At certain times in history, events come together that transform the future.
  • 20. Essential questions often begin with why, what, who, or when.
    Why are symbols important for national identity?
  • 21. What symbols were used during the French Revolution? How were the symbols created? Why were the symbols influential?
    Inquiry questions break down the essential question.
  • 22. ROOF (understanding(s))
    SUPPORT WALLS (sense-making)
    FOUNDATION (fact-finding)
  • 23. Building a House
  • 24. FOUNDATION
  • 25.
  • 26.
  • 27. Out of the basement?
  • 28. SUPPORT WALLS
  • 29.
  • 30. ROOF (Coming to a Point –literally!)
  • 31.
  • 32. While the French used symbols from the ancient past to represent
    freedom and liberty, they felt they were creating a bridge
    to the future by using these symbols in a new way.
  • 33. The library team used the following article when creating this presentation:
    Stafford, Trish. “Teaching Students to Form effective Question.” Knowledge Quest 38.1 (2009): 48-55. Print.
  • 34. Tools for Sharing and Accountability
    NoodleBib
  • 35.
  • 36.
  • 37. YouDream It…
    We will build it for you.
    We will help you use it.
    We will learn something new together.
    This is our job.
  • 38. Attributions
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