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The Role of the Librarian in the
PYP
Nurturing
international-
minded
lifelong
learners and
readers.
IB Program Standards and
Practices
Programme
standards
and
practices
with
requirement
s for the
Primary
Years
Programme
 ...
IB Program Standards and
Practices
Programme
standards
and
practices
with
requirement
s for the
Primary
Years
Programme
 ...
IB Program Standards and
Practices
Program
standards
and
practices
with
requirement
s for the
Primary
Years
Program
 Stan...
IB Program Standards and
Practices
Program
standards
and
practices
with
requirement
s for the
Primary
Years
Programme
 St...
Where the Library fits in
Three Main
Roles
1. The
Environment
2. The
Resources
3. The
Teaching
 Providing a safe and welc...
Providing a safe and welcoming environment that nurtures
students’ curiosity, facilitates inquiry and promotes the IB
Lear...
The Environment
 Providing and maintaining a comfortable, safe and visually
appealing environment
 Display of and easy a...
Supporting teachers, students and parents in teaching and
learning through the provision of resources
The Resources
The Resources
 Continuously developing a collection that promotes international
mindedness and the IB Learner Profile, su...
Easy access to all our online resources through Destiny Quest
A closer look at some of the resources
In collaboration with classroom teachers, helping students
acquire the information literacy skills needed as inquirers,
li...
The Teaching
 Collaborating with teachers in teaching the
necessary information literacy skills when and
where they are n...
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  1. 1. The Role of the Librarian in the PYP Nurturing international- minded lifelong learners and readers.
  2. 2. IB Program Standards and Practices Programme standards and practices with requirement s for the Primary Years Programme  Standard A. Philosophy 3c. The school is committed to a constructivist, inquiry-based approach to teaching and learning that promotes inquiry and the development of critical-thinking skills. 4. The school develops and promotes international-mindedness and all attributes of the IB learner profile across the school community. 7b. The school supports mother tongue and host country language learning.
  3. 3. IB Program Standards and Practices Programme standards and practices with requirement s for the Primary Years Programme  Standard B2. Resources and support 5. The physical and virtual learning environments, facilities, resources and specialized equipment support the implementation of the program. 6. The library/multimedia/resources play a central role in the implementation of the program. 7. The school ensures access to information on global issues and diverse perspectives.
  4. 4. IB Program Standards and Practices Program standards and practices with requirement s for the Primary Years Program  Standard C1. Collaborative planning 1a. The program of inquiry and all corresponding unit planners are the product of sustained collaborative work involving all the appropriate staff. 3a. There is a systematic approach to integration of the subject-specific scope and sequences and the program of inquiry.
  5. 5. IB Program Standards and Practices Program standards and practices with requirement s for the Primary Years Programme  Standard C3. Teaching & learning 2a. The school ensures that inquiry is used across the curriculum and by all teachers. 4. Teaching and learning promotes the understanding and practice of academic honesty. 11. Teaching and learning incorporates a range of resources, including information technologies. 14a. The school provides environments in which students work both independently and collaboratively.
  6. 6. Where the Library fits in Three Main Roles 1. The Environment 2. The Resources 3. The Teaching  Providing a safe and welcoming environment that nurtures students’ curiosity, facilitates inquiry, promotes the IB Learner Profile, lifelong learning and reading  Supporting teachers, students and parents in teaching and learning through the provision of resources  In collaboration with classroom teachers, helping students acquire the information literacy skills needed as inquirers, lifelong learners and readers
  7. 7. Providing a safe and welcoming environment that nurtures students’ curiosity, facilitates inquiry and promotes the IB Learner Profile, lifelong learning and reading The Learning Environment
  8. 8. The Environment  Providing and maintaining a comfortable, safe and visually appealing environment  Display of and easy access to visually appealing nonfiction books  Displaying and showcasing (also through read-alouds) literature promoting the IB Learner Profile and international-mindedness  Providing easy access to different kinds of information sources (print and electronic)  Displaying student questions to signal that questions and wonderings are valued (Wonder Wall, inquiry journals) and making time for questions (this is being developed)
  9. 9. Supporting teachers, students and parents in teaching and learning through the provision of resources The Resources
  10. 10. The Resources  Continuously developing a collection that promotes international mindedness and the IB Learner Profile, supports units of inquiry in particular and inquiry-based teaching and learning in general, reflects the diversity (learning styles, cultures, beliefs and mother tongues) and interests of our community  Involving the community (teachers and students) in the development of the collection (e.g. Wish List on Quest)  Compiling, curating and providing easy access to print and electronic resources supporting units of inquiry and promoting the IB Learner Profile international mindedness, and key concepts through resource lists  Providing access to local and global information sources (print, electronic, people)
  11. 11. Easy access to all our online resources through Destiny Quest A closer look at some of the resources
  12. 12. In collaboration with classroom teachers, helping students acquire the information literacy skills needed as inquirers, lifelong learner and readers The Teaching
  13. 13. The Teaching  Collaborating with teachers in teaching the necessary information literacy skills when and where they are needed, i.e. during units of inquiry  Maintaining a combination of fixed and flexible scheduling Following the same inquiry process when introducing authors to students in the library  Modeling being an inquirer, information seeker and reader

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