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Making the invisible visible - White

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Making the invisible visible - White

  1. 1. Developing collaborative practice models in New Making the invisiblevisibl e
  2. 2. Nau te raurau Naku te raurau Ka ki te kete o tatou With your knowledge And my knowledge Our baskets will be full
  3. 3. What is Collaborative Practice?
  4. 4. “A process in which two or more individuals work together to integrate information in order to enhance student learning.” Patricia Montiel-Overall, 2005 What is Collaborative Practice?
  5. 5. “When librarians and teachers work together, students achieve higher levels of literacy, reading, learning, problem-solving and information and communication technology skills.” IFLA/UNESCO School Library Manifesto, 1999 What is Collaborative Practice? “Collaboration means working smarter together, rather than harder alone.” Ministry of Education, New Zealand
  6. 6. “Working collaborativelywith librarians contributes to our ability to teach cross-curricular units of work.” K. Sullivan, Teacher (2012) Senga’s Space
  7. 7. REFLECT INQUIRE: What do the students need to learn? REFLECT: Do I have the expertise? YES: How can I develop my pre-existing skills? NO: How can I ensure students get the best opportunities to learn? COLLABORATE TOGETHER: How can we develop the knowledge we offer our students?INQUIRE GROW
  8. 8. When teaching and learning are visible, there is a greater likelihoodof students achieving higher. John Hattie Senga’s Space
  9. 9. Passionate teachers & librarians are infectious! Senga’s Space
  10. 10. “The gapbetween secondary and tertiaryeducation in terms of literacy and the learning environment is bigger than anyone is acknowledging.” Emerson, Kilpin & Feekery (2014)Senga’s Space
  11. 11. Emerson, L., Kilpin, K., White, S., Greenhow, A., Macaskill, A., Feekery, A… O’Connor, R. (2018). Under-recognised, underused, and undervalued: School libraries and librarians in New Zealand secondary school curriculum planning and delivery. Curriculum Matters 14, 48-68. https://doi.org/10.18296/cm.0029
  12. 12. If we wait until we’re ready, we’ll be waiting for the rest of our lives. Lemony Snicket, The Ersatz Elevator Senga’s Space
  13. 13. Don’t panic. Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy Senga’s Space
  14. 14. It’s no use going back to yesterday, because I was a differentSenga’s Space
  15. 15. “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” Alvin Toffler Senga’s Space
  16. 16. Planning the Process
  17. 17. The Process 2.0
  18. 18. Collaboration can be messy Senga’s Space
  19. 19. 2.0
  20. 20. Fear doesn’t shut you down; it wakes you up. Roth, Divergent Senga’s Space
  21. 21. Tūtira mai ngā iwi Tātou tātou e Tūtira mai ngā iwi Tātou tātou e Whai-a te marama-tanga me te aroha - e ngā iwi! Ki-a ko tapa-tahi, Ki-a kotahi rā. Tātou tātou e. Line up together, people All of us, all of us. Stand in rows, people All of us, all of us. Seek after knowledge and love of others - everybody! Be really virtuous And stay united. All of us, all of us. Waiata – Tūtira mai
  22. 22. Questio ns? Thought
  23. 23. Senga White Research & Learning Coordinator Southland Boys’ High School Email: sengaw@windowslive.com Website: http://sengawhite.nz http://tertiaryprep.nz Twitter: @motherofwinter
  24. 24. References Education Review Office (2005). Student Learning in the information landscape. Wellington, New Zealand: Education Review Office. Emerson, L. (2018). Hidden in plain sight: Secondary school libraries. Retrieved from https://educationcentral.co.nz/opinion-lisa-emerson-hidden-in-plain-sight-secondary-school-library-services/ Emerson, L., Kilpin, K., White, S., Greenhow, A., Macaskill, A., Feekery, A… O’Connor, R. (2018). Under- recognised, underused, and undervalued: School libraries and librarians in New Zealand secondary school curriculum planning and delivery. Curriculum Matters 14, 48-68. https://doi.org/10.18296/cm.0029 Ministry of Education & National Library of New Zealand. (2002). The school library and learning in the information landscape. Wellington, New Zealand: Learning Media.

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