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A Starter Discussion with We<br />If WE gave you ___, WE would expect _____<br />A Presentation by:<br />David V. Loertsch...
If WE gave you _____, WE would expect _____<br />A collection of library books…<br />A bank of computers…<br />A network o...
Conclusion:<br />
What Kind of Results?<br />A Premise:<br />Controversy:<br />Separate or Integrated?<br />I know a lot and I can learn any...
Premise: The Central Function of a Library Media Program:<br />
The If…Then Dilemma <br />If a warehouse is central, then…<br />If teacher prep time is central, then…<br />If knowledge b...
If we accept Knowledge Building:<br />Knowledge Continuum<br />Learning to Learn Continuum<br />
Train Wreck!!!!!!!!!!<br />Kids are not responding at the pace we expect!<br />
Helpful Strategies in the Literature<br />Understanding by Design<br />Differentiation<br />Learning Styles<br />Now, Comm...
Consider Knowledge Building Environments<br />
Try a Knowledge Building Center<br />Google Site / Google Apps for Education;  Kohive; Moodle; etc.<br />
Advantages for the Part Time TL<br />Maintain the central focus of the Learning Commons/LMC<br />Invite all specialists to...
An Invitation:<br />Start your own “diary” of Knowledge Building Centers and connect with David and Marie. We will comment...
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TL Cafe: Knowledge Building Centers with Dr. David V. Loertscher

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Power Point from the TL Cafe Webinar series. Power Point Authored by Dr. David Loertscher
For more info, go to: http://tlvirtualcafe.wikispaces.com/Aug.+9+Virtual+Learning+Commons

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  • Build a structure where collaboration is presumed such as a Google Site that can be a part of Google Apps Education Edition; Could be a giant wiki with blogs all connected to individual learners with RSS feeds. Check out collaborative environments such as Kohive.
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    1. 1. A Starter Discussion with We<br />If WE gave you ___, WE would expect _____<br />A Presentation by:<br />David V. Loertscher<br />Marie Slim<br />
    2. 2. If WE gave you _____, WE would expect _____<br />A collection of library books…<br />A bank of computers…<br />A network open to Web 2.0<br />A library clerk only to run the LMC<br />A credentialed teacher librarian<br />Better tests<br />Race to the Top money<br />
    3. 3. Conclusion:<br />
    4. 4. What Kind of Results?<br />A Premise:<br />Controversy:<br />Separate or Integrated?<br />I know a lot and I can learn anything I want to learn!<br />
    5. 5. Premise: The Central Function of a Library Media Program:<br />
    6. 6. The If…Then Dilemma <br />If a warehouse is central, then…<br />If teacher prep time is central, then…<br />If knowledge building is central, then…<br />
    7. 7. If we accept Knowledge Building:<br />Knowledge Continuum<br />Learning to Learn Continuum<br />
    8. 8. Train Wreck!!!!!!!!!!<br />Kids are not responding at the pace we expect!<br />
    9. 9. Helpful Strategies in the Literature<br />Understanding by Design<br />Differentiation<br />Learning Styles<br />Now, Common Core Standards<br />
    10. 10. Consider Knowledge Building Environments<br />
    11. 11. Try a Knowledge Building Center<br />Google Site / Google Apps for Education; Kohive; Moodle; etc.<br />
    12. 12. Advantages for the Part Time TL<br />Maintain the central focus of the Learning Commons/LMC<br />Invite all specialists to join in collaborations<br />Be able to track impact on learning<br />Push innovation<br />
    13. 13. An Invitation:<br />Start your own “diary” of Knowledge Building Centers and connect with David and Marie. We will comment; offer suggestions; share across blogs<br />reader.david@gmail.com<br />sraslim@sbcglobal.net<br />http://schoollearningcommons.pbworks.com/Knowledge--Building--Centers<br />
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