Inviting student participation in the library

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  • Inviting student participation in the library

    1. 1. Inviting StudentParticipation in the LibraryAASL 2011 Learning Commons Session Andy Plemmons, Media Specialist, David C. Barrow Elementary, GA
    2. 2. Participatory Culture isgrounded in…
    3. 3. Relatively low barriers to artistic expression and civic engagement ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    4. 4. strong support for creating and sharing one’s creations with others ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    5. 5. what is known by the most experienced is passed along to novices ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    6. 6. members believe that their contributions matter ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    7. 7. members feel some degree of social connection with one another ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    8. 8. Not every member must contribute, but all must believethey are free to contribute when ready and that what theycontribute will be appropriately valued. ~Henry JenkinsSource: http://bit.ly/opm6Ml
    9. 9. Giving reluctantreaders a voice
    10. 10. Leader librarians…Learning the process it takes to makelibrary decisions for a whole school
    11. 11. Studentsmarketing tostudents
    12. 12. Book Choice Champions…Designing ways to make all voicesheard in library decisions
    13. 13. Googleformsurveys
    14. 14. Surveying every gradewith iPads and Google forms
    15. 15. Analyzingspreadsheetdata
    16. 16. Assigningpartners, categories, and budgets
    17. 17. Making decisions
    18. 18. Students creating content
    19. 19. Documenting history
    20. 20. Showcasing work
    21. 21. Inviting creativity
    22. 22. Celebrating success
    23. 23. Performing andConnecting with theworld
    24. 24. Honoring student voices
    25. 25. Connecting students toopportunities
    26. 26. Students designing instruction
    27. 27. Students collaborating with students
    28. 28. Students teachingteachers
    29. 29. CC image viahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/xjrlokix/5097846224/sizes/l/in/photostream/
    30. 30. Contact:Blog http://barrowmediacenter.wordpress.comTwitter @plemmonsaWebsitehttp://www.clarke.k12.ga.us/webpages/aplemmons

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