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How school libraries may be restructured according to the suggestions of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. What is the role of school librarian?

How school libraries may be restructured according to the suggestions of National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. What is the role of school librarian?

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  1. 1. NEP 2020: Role of School Library & Librarian www.slfaisal.com S. L. FAISAL
  2. 2. Overview Education Policy: Timeline Key Principles Salient Features Foundational Literacy and Numeracy Universal Access Pedagogical Structure Multilingualism Library Resources Collection Development Connecting with Society Resource Sharing Professional Development & Career Progression Points to remember References
  3. 3. Education Policy in Independent India Timeline University Education Commission (1948): Dr. S. Radhakrishnan Secondary Education Commission (1952): Dr. A. Lakshmanaswami Mudaliar National Policy on Education (1968): Dr. Daulat Singh Kothari National Policy on Education (1986) National Education Policy (2020): Approved by the Cabinet on 29 July 2020
  4. 4. Recognizing, identifying, and fostering the unique capabilities of each student. Achieving Foundational Literacy and Numeracy by all students by Grade 3. Flexibility to decide learning paths by learners. Multidisciplinarity and a holistic education. Key Principles of NEP 2020 No hard separations between arts and sciences, between curricular and extra- curricular activities, between vocational and academic streams, etc. Creativity and critical thinking. Ethics and human & Constitutional values Promoting multilingualism and the power of language. Developing life skills. Focus on regular formative assessment for learning. Extensive use of technology. Respect for diversity and respect for the local context in all curriculum, pedagogy, and policy. Emphasis on conceptual understanding.
  5. 5. Full equity and inclusion. Synergy in curriculum across all levels of education. Teachers and faculty as the heart of the learning process – their recruitment, continuous professional development, positive working environments and service conditions. A‘light but tight’ regulatory framework. Key Principles of NEP 2020 Encouraging innovation and out-of-the-box ideas through autonomy, good governance, and empowerment. Outstanding Research and Continuous Review. A rootedness and pride in India, and its rich, diverse, ancient and modern culture and knowledge systems and traditions. Access to quality education must be considered a basic right of every child. Substantial investment in a strong, vibrant public education system. Encouragement and facilitation of true philanthropic private and community participation.
  6. 6. Ensuring Universal Access at all levels of school education. Early Childhood Care & Education with new Curricular and Pedagogical Structure. Attaining Foundational Literacy and Numeracy. Salient Features of NEP 2020 Reforms in school curricula and pedagogy. Multilingualism and the power of language. Equitable and Inclusive Education. Assessment Reforms. School Governance. Robust Teacher Recruitment and Career Path. Standard-setting and Accreditation for School Education.
  7. 7. Role of School Library & Librarian 2. Foundational Literacy and Numeracy School Libraries will be set up in villages to serve community during non-school hours. Formation of Book Clubs. Creation of Digital Libraries. A national repository of high-quality resources on DIKSHA. National Mission on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy. Achieving universal foundational literacy and numeracy in primary school by 2025.
  8. 8. Role of School Library & Librarian School/public libraries will be made integral part of teaching learning process and will be made available after school hours to community, and particularly to parents. Setting- up of digital libraries will be given priority and book clubs will be promoted. (Timeline 2022-25). NBT with the help of other stakeholders will develop engaging and inspirational books (both physical and e-books) for students, including for disabled students, as additional resources at all levels, keeping in view the local language requirements. A National Book Promotion policy will be developed by NCERT keeping in view the diversity of the country. SCERTs will ensure adoption of the same in state/UTs through systematic inclusion in curriculum. Reading campaigns/competitions/spell-bees/fastest reader contests, etc. will be launched by states/UTs/ KVS/JNV/ CTSA for promoting joyful reading amongst children. (Timeline 2022-23 onwards) SARTHAQ IMPLEMENTATION PLAN FOR NEP 2020
  9. 9. Role of School Library & Librarian 3. Universal Access to Education at All Levels Involving NGOs, Community and Alumni Special emphasis on Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Groups (SEDGs). Supporting Formal & Non-formal education modes. Allowing Public-philanthropic partnerships in developing schools. Community & Alumni volunteering (database VIDYANJALI Portal). Tutoring, Career guidance and mentoring.
  10. 10. Role of School Library & Librarian Revised Curricular and Pedagogical Structure Developing resources and services for the new set of users.
  11. 11. Role of School Library & Librarian Holistic development of learners. Enhancing essential learning and critical thinking. Experiential learning: Art-integration, Sports-integration. Greater flexibility and exposure to and enjoyment of a wider range of subjects. Couse choices. Multilingualism. Gifted Students/Students with Special Talents. Students with special needs. Persons with Disabilities. Digital pedagogy. The aim of education will not only be cognitive development, but also building character and creating holistic and well-rounded individuals equipped with the key 21st century skills. Library resources must support
  12. 12. Role of School Library & Librarian Multilingualism Wherever possible, the medium of instruction until at least Grade 5, but preferably till Grade 8 and beyond, will be the home language/mother tongue/local language/regional language. Thereafter, the home/local language shall continue to be taught as a language wherever possible. The three-language formula. High-quality bilingual textbooks and teaching-learning materials for science and mathematics, so that students are enabled to think and speak about the two subjects both in their home language/mother tongue and in English.
  13. 13. Role of School Library & Librarian Collection Development Knowledge of India: ancient and modern Environmental awareness including water and resource conservation, sanitation and hygiene Current affairs and understanding of critical issues facing local communities The specialties of each state, countries and the world around Tribal and indigenous knowledge All forms of literature Indian and International A multi-disciplinary approach to all subjects Subject’s collection such as physical education, the arts, and vocational crafts, etc Nature of content
  14. 14. Role of School Library & Librarian Collection Development Home language/mother-tongue as the medium of instruction Inclusion of children with special needs Support for Gifted Students/Students with Special Talent Providing supplementary enrichment materials. National & International Olympiads Resources Home-based education Resources. Textbooks in accessible formats such as large print and Braille.
  15. 15. Role of School Library & Librarian Collection Development Digital Multi-lingual Resources Multi-leveled books Bi-lingual books Indian literature with global literature Blend of modern and classical literature in all languages Books based on inquiry, critical thinking and problem solving Folklore and stories from different states Resources to include pride in India, and it’s diverse, ancient and modern culture and knowledge systems and traditions Books to support Vocational Education And resources to lead to Global awareness
  16. 16. Role of School Library & Librarian 7. 12 Connecting with Society Celebrating the school as a community institution. Inviting community involvement. Promoting social, intellectualand volunteer activities. Samajik Chetna Kendra.
  17. 17. Role of School Library & Librarian 7. 1 & 7.5 Efficient Resourcing and Effective Governance through School Complexes/Clusters Use the school library (after school hours and on weekends)
  18. 18. Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Each teacher will be expected to participate in at least 50 hours of CPD opportunities every year for their own professional development, driven by their own interests. Professional Development & Career Progression Career Management and Progression (CMP) Vertical mobility of teachers based on merit will also be paramount; outstanding teachers with demonstrated leadership and management skills would be trained over time to take on academic leadership positions in schools, school complexes, BRCs, CRCs, BITEs, DIETs as well as relevant government departments. Therefore, a robust merit-based structure of tenure, promotion, and salary structure will be developed, with multiple levels within each teacher stage, that incentivizes and recognizes outstanding teachers. A
  19. 19. Developing Library Resources Resource Sharing Inclusive Education Creation of Digital Resources Library Orientation Strengthening Online interfaces Library as a Community space. Points to remember NDLI, DIKSHA, NROER FLN National Book Promotion Policy Social Book Clubs Collaboration with other Institutions Partnerships with NGOs & Volunteering. Online Platforms ICT integration Multilingualism Partnerships Reading campaigns/competiti ons/spell- bees/fastest reader contests. Social connectivity initiatives
  20. 20. References National Education Policy 2020 https://www.education.gov.in/sites/upload_files/mhrd/files/NEP_Final_English_0.pdf Students’ And Teachers’ Holistic Advancement Through Quality Education Implementation plan for National Education Policy 2020; Part 1 & 2 https://www.education.gov.in/sites/upload_files/mhrd/files/upload_document/SARTHAQ_ Part-1_updated.pdf

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