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Information literacy: Necessary but not sufficient for 21st century learning - Toerien & Harrow

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Information literacy: Necessary but not sufficient for 21st century learning - Toerien & Harrow

  1. 1. Information literacy: Necessary but not sufficient for 21st century learning You can’t teach people everything they need to know. The best you can do is position them where they can find what they need to know when they need to know it. Darryl Toerien and David Harrow, Oakham School
  2. 2. Statement of Inquiry: Our current school system was originally designed to teach people everything they need to know. Positioning them instead where they can find what they need to know when they need to know it necessitates a significant change in our approach to education. David Harrow Deputy Head Academic Darryl Toerien Head of Library and Archives Perspectives
  3. 3. CONNECT
  4. 4. Oakham School Extended Essay timetable for first IB DP cohort (2001-3)
  5. 5. (Extended Essay Guide 2018, p.86)
  6. 6. ‘The only way to predict the future is to have the power to shape the future’ Eric Hoffer Philosopher, UC Berkeley ‘The only way to predict the future is to have the power to shape the future’ Eric Hoffer Philosopher, UC Berkeley ‘The only way to predict the future is to have the power to shape the future’ Eric Hoffer Philosopher, UC Berkeley
  7. 7. ‘We need to be taught a coat hanger to put our knowledge on’ Professor John Hattie University of Auckland ‘We need to be taught a coat hanger to put our knowledge on’ Professor John Hattie University of Auckland ‘We need to be taught a coat hanger to put our knowledge on’ Professor John Hattie University of Auckland Hattie & Yates, 2014. Visible Learning and the Science of How we Learn.
  8. 8. From 'Is the UK an outlier?‘ Nuffield Foundation 2010
  9. 9. IB Middle Years Programme (‘IB MYP’) IB Diploma Programme (‘IB DP’) The IB aspires to help schools develop well-rounded students with character; students who can respond to challenges with optimism and an open-mind; students confident in their own identities; students who make ethical decisions; students who join with others in celebrating our common humanity; students who are prepared to apply what they learn in real world, complex and unpredictable situations. From ‘What is an IB Education?’, IBO 2013
  10. 10. IB MYP IB DP IB CP (maybe)
  11. 11. FOSIL (Framework for Oakham School Information Literacy): Building understanding and creating new knowledge through inquiry.
  12. 12. FOSIL (Framework for Oakham School Information Literacy): Building understanding and creating new knowledge through inquiry.
  13. 13. FOSIL (Framework for Oakham School Information Literacy): Building understanding and creating new knowledge through inquiry.
  14. 14. Oakham School Extended Essay timetable for first IB DP cohort (2001-3)
  15. 15. Oakham School Extended Essay timetable integrated with FOSIL and Kuhlthau’s ISP
  16. 16. Levitov, D. (2016, Feb.). School libraries, librarians, and inquiry learning. Teacher Librarian, 43(3), 28-35. Page 29.
  17. 17. A Time Line for the Progression though Information Literacy to Inquiry 1972: The International Baccalaureate Programme is an early adopter of inquiry 1975: New AASL Standards reflect inquiry learning and teaching students to think • Librarians are teachers 1981: Kuhlthau's research moves from practice to search process to guided inquiry • The emerging theory of library instruction is founded on principles of constructivist learning 1986: Information literacy, media literacy, critical thinking, and creative thinking are concepts enveloped within inquiry 1988: Curriculum mapping provides a means to establish information use skill across all disciplines
  18. 18. (IBO, 2018, p.8-9)
  19. 19. (IBO, 2018, p.8-9)
  20. 20. Collective Teacher Efficacy Concept - Albert Bandura, 1994, 1997 Research - Rachel Jane Eels ‘Meta-Analysis of the Relationship Between Collective Teacher Efficacy and Student Achievement’ Loyola University Chicago (2011)
  21. 21. Chemistry, Years 9 and 10: Climate change in the media
  22. 22. Chemistry, Years 9 and 10: Climate change in the media
  23. 23. English, Year 7: Science Fictional writing
  24. 24. English, Year 7: Science Fictional writing
  25. 25. English, Year 7: Science Fictional writing
  26. 26. English, Year 7: Science Fictional writing
  27. 27. English, Year 7: Science Fictional writing
  28. 28. English, Year 7: Science Fictional writing
  29. 29. The dissemination of FOSIL beyond Oakham School
  30. 30. The dissemination of FOSIL beyond Oakham School Locations of visiting schools from across the UK Locations of visiting schools from across the world
  31. 31. “Nasa estimated that it had taken more than 400,000 engineers, scientists and technicians to accomplish the moon landings.”
  32. 32. Darryl Toerien Head of Library and Archives Oakham School Email: dt@oakham.rutland.sch.uk Telephone: 01572 758 647 David Harrow Deputy Head - Academic Oakham School Email: dah@oakham.rutland.sch.uk Telephone: 01572 758 589

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