John Oliver / District Technology Day February 2011. C21L Teaching and Learning: An Inquiry-based Approach . Moira Ekdahl, Learning Services Michele Farquharson, Kerrisdale Elementary. Sir Ken Robinson … . AASL: Standards for 21 st C Learner in Action.
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John Oliver / District Technology Day
C21L Teaching and Learning: An Inquiry-based Approach
Moira Ekdahl, Learning Services
Michele Farquharson, Kerrisdale Elementary
All learners must be able to access high-quality information from diverse perspectives, make sense of it to draw their own conclusions or create new knowledge, and share their knowledge with others.
Real research and questioning can become lifelong tools to encourage independent thinking and to guide classroom inquiry at any time students are engaged in reading, viewing, or listening activities.
Change is made by people, not institutions.
It is personal and developmental in terms of feelings and abilities
Teachers approach change differently:
0. Awareness – No thanks. Not for me.
6. Refocusing – Is there a better way?
Effective school library and technology programs support teaching and learning by integrating local curriculum, resources, staff development, and assessment with:
Just The Beginning…
Vancouver TL Stuff
TL Special Blog:
TL Inquiry Wiki:
TL Inquiry – Video “School Libraries in Action”
Ekdahl,M., M. Farquharson, J. Robinson & L. Turner (2010) Points of Inquiry: A Framework for Information Literacy and the 21st Century Learner. Vancouver, BC: BCTF / BC Teacher-librarians’ Association.
http://www.bctf.ca/bctla/pub/index.html#points (includes working dox)
Naylor, Charlie (2011) 21st C Learning – Widening the frame of focus and debate: A BCTF Research discussion paper. Vancouver, BC: BCTF Research.
Public Schools of North Carolina (2005) IMPACT: Guidelines for North Carolina Media & Technology Programs. Raleigh, NC: NC Department of Public Instruction. http://www.ncwiseowl.org/Impact/docs/IMPACT.pdf
NYC School Library System (2010) Information Fluency Continuum: Benchmark Skills for Grades K-12 Assessments. NYC: NYC Department of Education
Stripling, Barbara K. (2003) Curriculum Connections through the Library. Englewood, CO: Libraries Unlimited. (Google Books)
Stripling, Barbara. "Using Inquiry to Explode Myths about Learning and Libraries." CSLA Journal. Fall 2004. In EBSCO Academic Search Premier, accessed June 2, 2009, Vancouver School Board.
Best Math Teacher Ever. Youtube:
Robinson, Ken. “Changing Educational Paradigms.” RSAnimate. Youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U