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Teaching and libraries in kendriya vidyalayas

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How teachers in Kendriya Vidyalayas (Central Schools) can effectively utilize the Library.

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Teaching and libraries in kendriya vidyalayas

  1. 1. TEACHING AND LIBRARIES IN KENDRIYA VIDYALAYAS Share. Collaborate. Build.
  2. 2. o School Library o Understanding KV Libraries Objectives Resources Services Activities o Role of a Teacher User Advocate Contributor Collaborator PRESENTATION OUTLINE Changing concepts Impact on Academic Achievement Student-Teacher-Librarian Classroom-Library 29-12-2015 S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 2 o Building Collaborations
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  19. 19. The 21st Century School Library Resources Books Online Resources Library Periodicals Newspapers 19 S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 Automation, Networking Multimedia Library Staff Services Databases Consortia Collaboration Teachers Parents Administrators Society 29-12-2015
  20. 20.  Supporting and enhancing educational goals as outlined in Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan’s mission and curriculum.  Be the knowledge hub of the school and disseminate knowledge as widely as possible.  Provide a curriculum-based, flexibly scheduled, open access learning environment that accommodates all learners.  Facilitate creation of new knowledge.  Facilitate optimal use of knowledge by all staff and students.  Encourage and foster reading habit among staff and students.  To remain technologically advanced and updated.  Effectively participate in the teaching-learning programmes of the school.  To provide intellectual access to information through learning activities that are integrated into the curriculum and that help all students achieve information literacy by developing effective cognitive strategies for selecting, retrieving, analyzing, evaluating, synthesizing, creating, and communicating information in all formats and in all content areas of the curriculum. 29-12-2015 S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 20 Objectives of a School Library
  21. 21. S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 21 Material Resources Books Periodicals Newspapers •Dynamic Collection development Policy •50% budget allotted for books for elementary classes (up to VIII) •Separate collection of publications by KVS, NCERT and CBSE •50% of the amount spent on purchase of books in Hindi language irrespective of subject matter. •A core collection of books in the regional language (for extended reading) •At least 25 periodicals •General, subject, children’s & competitive exam related magazines •Journals related to Education, Training, Teaching and Research. •Multiple copies of the children’s magazines should be procured and issued to class libraries for leisure reading. •At least 5 Newspapers •4 National and 1 Regional in scope •English-2, Hindi-2, Regional Language-1 •Where regional language is Hindi, only 4 newspapers should be subscribed. •Schools having Economics/business studies/commerce as a subject should subscribe a business daily besides the general newspapers. •Business Daily for extended reading Special Collections •Students’ project work •Question papers •Donated Books29-12-2015
  22. 22. S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 22 Material Resources Multimedia •Children’s multimedia CD/DVDs •Children’s Films (CD/DVDs) •General multimedia reference CD/DVDs •Curriculum based CD/DVDs •Open source software programmes/resources •Documentaries •Feature Films Open Educational Resources Resources for differently abled users Collection of Maps, coins, pamphlets, manuscripts, mind games, stamps, newspaper clippings, rare books and historical documents Electronic/Online Resources •Educational Databases (free/paid) •E-Journals, Online Encyclopedias •E-Books (Textbooks, classics, subject reference books, etc) (free/paid) KV Library Digital Consortium for E-Content KVS may centrally subscribe to Electronic databases, E-Book depositories and E- Journals and provide access to each school in a password protected environment where libraries will act as nodal points. (eg: UGC-INFLIBNET, N-LIST, etc) KVS may create own E-content depository developed by teachers and students and provide access to it through the Libraries. Other Learning Resources 29-12-2015
  23. 23. How to suggest/procure books for the Library ? To encourage more teacher participation in the library, a teacher may be allowed to submit the details of book(s) intended to be purchased (and which are not available in the library) amounting to not more than Rs. 1000/- to the Library Committee. After approval of the Library Committee, the teacher may be allowed to purchase the intended book(s). The cost of the book(s) should be reimbursed to the teacher after the books are deposited in the library along with the bill. 29-12-2015 S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 23
  24. 24. Library Management S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 24 Principal Primary Teacher-1 Primary Teacher-2 Secondary Teacher-1 Secondary Teacher-2 Secondary Teacher-3 From different subject backgrounds Librarian Student-1 (Class VII-XII) Student-2 (Class VII-XII) School Library Committee Sub-Committees Book Selection Sub-Committee Stock Verification Sub-Committee Reader’s Club Sub-Committee 1. To develop the Annual Library Activity Plan (ALAP). 2. To recommend suitable budgetary provision for the library. 3. To select books and other resources for the library keeping in view the natural interests and needs of the children, their age group and intelligence. 4. To select books for teachers on various subjects apart from Academics. 5. To review library rules and formulate new rules for the library. 6. To make recommendations for proper functioning of School Library. 7. The Library Committee can invite other teachers/students to the meetings for their advice/suggestion. 8. This committee shall meet as often as possible but at least once in two months. Functions (Terms of Reference) 29-12-2015
  25. 25. S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 25 Library Management Library Periods •Each section will have 2 Library periods/week (defers depend on the number of sections) •The librarian shall be excluded from allotting library/arrangement periods in the first period of the day to allow him/her to carry out stock rectification, proper arrangement of periodicals, newspapers, furniture, records, taking back-up in the software, recording daily statistics, cleaning and dusting. Class Libraries •Under the charge of class teachers. •Class Library Book issue register in the Library and a book issue register with the class teacher. •Books shall be attractively displayed in glassed shelves. •The set of books issued should be renewed at least once in 3 months. •Every student should maintain a library note book. •Class Library Book selection Committee shall be formed. Departmental Libraries •Departmental libraries shall be developed in senior secondary level under the charge of the senior most PGTs (Head) of each subject. •Subject reference books shall be issued from the main library in the name of these teachers through a Departmental library issue register. •The teacher in-charges should maintain a stock register and keep the books in lockable shelves. These books shall be recalled at the time of annual stock verification .29-12-2015
  26. 26. Library Services and Activities S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 26 Library Circulation Books Periodicals Multimedia Reference Ready Reference Service Current Awareness Service Library Instruction Reading Lists Newsletters, Guidelines,.. Inter-Library loan Digital/Virtual Reference Library Blog Career & Guidance Reader’s Club Digital Library Annual Library Activity Plan (ALAP) Library Curriculum 29-12-2015
  27. 27. Library Services: Circulation S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 27 Books Issue of books for home use – •Each student would be issued two books at a time for a period of two (2) weeks. •Staff members, including Principal, would be issued maximum five books at a time for a maximum period of one month. Periodicals •Periodicals may also be issued for a week only. •However, it must be ensured that at least two previous issues are available in the library. •A separate register should be maintained for this purpose. Multimedia •Multimedia CD/DVDs shall be issued to the teachers only to use within the school campus to avoid copyright violations and misuse. •A separate register should be maintained for this purpose. 29-12-2015
  28. 28. Loss of Books & Library Fine S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 28 In case a user loses a book he/she would have to either replace the book or deposit the market cost of the book at the time of loss. Loss of Books Late fine (Students) Students : Exempted from fine. But as a measure to avoid overdue: After the allowable two times renewal, if the book is not returned, the defaulters name shall be displayed in the library notice board. •An overdue reminder should also be send to the student through the class teacher. If the student fails to return the book at this stage (after one month) a second overdue reminder will be sent and he/she shall not be allowed for further borrowing. •If the student still fails to return the books it will be considered as lost and the cost of the book or the fine amount which ever is less should be recovered through the class teacher along with the routine fee collected. Late fine (Staff) After the allowable two times renewal, if the book (excluding textbooks) is not returned, two overdue reminders should be send to the staff member through the office. • An amount of Rs. 1/day should also be collected from the staff member as the overdue fine.29-12-2015
  29. 29. Reference Services S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 29 Reference Ready Reference One copy each of dictionaries, encyclopaedias, atlases, thesaurus, yearbooks, almanacs, books of quotations, facts, records, first aid manuals, etc This collection should be kept on a Ready Reference shelf near to the reading room and circulation counter to provide easy and ready access. 1. Current Awareness Service (CAS): Announcements in the morning assembly, display of new arrival lists on the bulletin boards, current content service (contents pages of journals are photocopied and circulated among the teachers), newspaper clipping service, etc. 2. Library instruction: Library orientation and user education programmes (know your library, how to find your book, internet search strategies, library tour, etc). 3. Preparation of Bibliographies and Class-wise reading lists 4. Publication of Library Newsletters/Bulletins, Library user guides, brochures, posters, etc 5. Virtual/digital Reference: Reference services through telephone, e-mail, chat, SMS, etc 6. Inter-library loan: Libraries in a cluster may share their resources through inter-library loan services.29-12-2015
  30. 30. Reader’s Club S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 30 Objective To develop reading habit and Information Literacy skills among students and teachers Constitution Students: 1. President 2. Secretary 3. Class (VI-XII) representatives Teachers: 2 (Two) teachers with good reading habit Librarian: as Convener Members: (50-75)/ Selected as part of the school’s club activity planning /separately Activities 1. Competitions: Book review writing, reading competition, story telling, book jacket/book mark designing, literary quiz, spot poetry writing, slogan writing, poster designing, etc 2. Assembly programmes: weekly book review in the assembly in English and Hindi, enacting the famous characters from a book, etc 3. Awards: Reader of the Month / Best reader awards 4. Events and campaigns: Meet the Author, visit to a local library, drop everything and read campaign, My dear Book (Book talks), reading week etc 5. Reading Audit: Annual reader surveys to analyze reading habit and reader behaviours. 29-12-2015
  31. 31. Extension Activities S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 31 Digital Library Library Blog Career Guidance & Counseling Corner •Greenstone Digital Library software (GSDL) , (Open source), developed by UNESCO •The digital collection shall contain freely available E- Books (text books, classics, children’s literature, etc), study materials, question papers, good quality presentations and projects by teachers and students, educational videos, image collections, web links, etc. •The digital library shall be accessed through the school’s Local Area Network (LAN) •The library shall create and maintain its own blog through which it can collect, organize and disseminate online resources useful for students and teachers effectively. •The library blog will act as a publicity tool and a digital interface to the library. •This shall be linked to the school website. The school website should have a page for the library with all basic information and links to library blogs. • A career guidance and counselling corner shall be set up in the library. • A collection of related books and periodicals shall be maintained. •A display board for publicizing career opportunities and counselling activities. •The library shall take initiative to organize career guidance and counselling activities and sessions in the school. 29-12-2015
  32. 32. Library Activities S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 32 1. Exhibitions and Displays: on important days (Independence Day, Republic Day, Children’s Day, Teacher’s Day, National Education Day, Women’s Day), birth/death anniversaries of important personalities (Gandhi Jayanti, Ambedkar jayanti, etc) 2. Celebrations: National Library Week, International School Library Month, World Book and Copyright Day, World Children’s Book Day, Reading week, Hindi Fortnight, etc 3. Competitions: Reading, Story telling, Book review, Book jacket designing, bookmark designing, Book/Literary Quiz, Library lot, Poster designing, slogan writing, Fastest Book searcher, Smart web searcher, Spot poetry writing, Story telling, etc 4. Book Fairs: organized in collaboration with Governmental (NBT/CBT) and outside agencies. 5. Events: Meet the Author, Local Library visits, Book talks, etc 6. Awards: Best Reader Award, Reader of the Month, Best Book reviewer Award, etc 7. Publications: Library Bulletins, user guides , brochures, posters, etc 8. Teaching Information Literacy Skills : Activities based on the Library Information Literacy curriculum (lectures, presentations, skill tests, hands on sessions, etc) The librarian shall device innovative library activities/programmes and that should be incorporated into the Annual Library Activity Plan. 29-12-2015
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  67. 67. S. L. Faisal www.slfaisal.com KVS Induction Course 2015 67 “A library is not a building stacked with books – it is a repository and source of information and ideas, a place for learning and enquiry, and for the generation of thought and the creation of new knowledge” -National Knowledge Commission, 2005 29-12-2015
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