Published on March 9, 2014
Kendall Boninti, High School Library Teacher, Waltham Deeth Ellis, High School Library Teacher, Boston Latin Amy Fiske, High School Library Teacher, Wellesley Sharon Hamer, Middle School Library Teacher, Belmont Dr. Andrew Keough, Principal, Wellesley Irene Kwidzinski, President, NESLA Dr. Carolyn Markuson, Interim Director of Libraries, Wellesley Kevin McGrath, High School Library Teacher, Martha Vineyard Regional High School Dr. Carol Gordon, Consultant The Panel
The Program Part 1: What is the vision? • Audience: The Wordle • Case Studies: Why/How did project happen? What were the results/impact? • Panel Discussion #1: What is the vision? Break Part 2: What are the implications for teaching/learning? • The Wordle/What are the questions we should be asking? • Panel Discussion #2: How does the new vision affect teaching and learning and other dimensions of the sl program? Part 3: Take-aways - How do we make the vision happen? • Panel members discuss the school library in the context of school culture, innovation, enablers, barriers, implications.
Introduction, Part 1 Third Place • • • • • • Anchor of community Civil society Civil engagement Democracy Social interaction Creative interaction Sense of Place Ray Oldenburg • • • • • • Accessible Free Proximate “Regulars” Welcoming Comfortable
Curriculum library School library School library media center Learning Commons Innovation Center?
Sarah Wen, NNHS 2011
Surveys, 2014 Students Faculty
Cal Howard, MVRHS 2015 calhoward.weebly.com
Sam Shames, NNHS 2011 samshames.com
Library Courses 12th Capstones 10th, 11th “Core” Classroom Projects 9th: Foundations of Innovation
Sam Mayer, NNHS 2014 www.reverbnation.com/sammayer
3 things you can do right away Innovate Your Space Let Students Lead Explore Curriculum
Mobiquity Innovation Challenge
Find more about: Library Innovation Labs, Capstone Programs, Design Thinking, Foundations of Research Innovation Curriculum www.officeofingenuity.org www.mvrhs.org/library
Click here to access Deeth’s Prezi
V I S I O N W O R D L E
Conversation between panel and audience
Introduction, Part 2
• Resource provider? • Curator? Information specialist? • Inquiry coach? • Curriculum integrator? • Reading Advisor? • Reading coach? • Media maven? • Technologist? • Teacher? • Collaborator? • Professional developer?
Resources If You Build It http://www.ifyoubuilditmovie.com/screenings/ SFGate-If You Build It http://www.sfgate.com/entertainment/article/IfYou-Build-It-review-Idealistic-educators5273571.php CNN Explains – 3D Printing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0rYO5YI7kA
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