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Dr. Susan La Marca
Head of Library Services
Genazzano FCJ College
Editor, Synergy SLAV
susan.lamarca@genazzano.vic.edu.au
www.australiancurriculum.edu.au
Mapping Curriculum against Library
Programs
The Australian Curriculum includes a focus on
seven general capabilities
Critical and Creative
Thinking
wsi.slav.vic.edu.au/question-
Critical and Creative
Thinking
http://www.youtube.com/user/merspi
COLLECTIO
NS
CURATION
CULTURE &
COMMUNITY
SPAC
ES
Possibiliti
es for
Interactio
n
Possibilities
for Learning
about
oneself and
others
MAKING
CREATIN
G
IASL
Internationa
l Book Mark
Exchange
SHARING
students as critical,
reflective, imaginative and
creative thinkers who are
able to interrogate
meaningfully their
informa...
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
IASL 2013 Presentation -  curriculum culture and community
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IASL 2013 Presentation - curriculum culture and community

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This paper was presented at the August 2013 conference of the International Association of School Librarianship. It looks at the possibilities offered by the Australian Curriculum for school libraries in two areas. A role in facilitating the creation of community and the library is a space and support for cultural pursuits of all kinds.

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IASL 2013 Presentation - curriculum culture and community

  1. 1. Dr. Susan La Marca Head of Library Services Genazzano FCJ College Editor, Synergy SLAV susan.lamarca@genazzano.vic.edu.au
  2. 2. www.australiancurriculum.edu.au
  3. 3. Mapping Curriculum against Library Programs
  4. 4. The Australian Curriculum includes a focus on seven general capabilities
  5. 5. Critical and Creative Thinking wsi.slav.vic.edu.au/question-
  6. 6. Critical and Creative Thinking http://www.youtube.com/user/merspi
  7. 7. COLLECTIO NS
  8. 8. CURATION
  9. 9. CULTURE & COMMUNITY
  10. 10. SPAC ES
  11. 11. Possibiliti es for Interactio n
  12. 12. Possibilities for Learning about oneself and others
  13. 13. MAKING
  14. 14. CREATIN G
  15. 15. IASL Internationa l Book Mark Exchange
  16. 16. SHARING
  17. 17. students as critical, reflective, imaginative and creative thinkers who are able to interrogate meaningfully their information landscape and be innovative problem

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