What I learned in LS5443
or How I developed a love of collaboration!
First, A Little White Lie
I thought I should already be a librarian, instead I needed to teach this year and have this experience while participating in this course.
IT WAS MEANT TO BE!
Becoming an Advocate
The way we collaborate when no librarian exists.
More Reading Buddies
First and Fifth Graders learning and bonding.
I left my comfort zone and my kids loved it!!!
Loertscher, David V. "Collaboration and Coteaching: A New Measure of Impact." Teacher Librarian 42.2 (2014): 8-19. Web.
Words to Collaborate By
McGregor, Joy. "Collaboration and Leadership." Curriculum Connections through the Library. Eds. Barbara K. Stripling and Sandra Hughes-Hassell.Westport, CT: Libraries Unlimited, 2003. 119-219. (pdf file) - located in BB Module 1
And now I plan to...
This is what I want to do. I want my future library to be full of students of all kinds searching for answers and using those answers to ask more questions and search for more answers. This loop should continue for infinity.
And, of course, books. My future library has books. I mean I can't survive without Scaredy Squirrel!
Carnesi, Sabrina, and Karen DiGiorgio. "Teaching the Inquiry Process to 21st Century Learners." Library Media Connection (2009): 32-36. Print.