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Module 1 – January 19th through February 14th, 2016

 

Module 1 Overarching Topic: Classroom-Library Collaboration 

 

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In Module I, you will:

  1.  Join with me in building our classroom community and begin to develop intrapersonal (self-knowledge) and interpersonal skills.

  2.  Use a Web 2.0 tool to create an initial portrait of yourself as a collaborator.

  3.  Investigate the benefits of classroom-library collaboration to students, classroom teachers, and school librarians.

  4. Conduct a research-based case study related to coteaching and begin to learn AASL’s Standards for the 21st Century Learner.

 

Module 1.1: Dates: 1/19 - 1/24

 

Topic: Intrapersonal Knowledge and Interpersonal Skills

 

Focusing Question: What do we know about ourselves as potential collaborators? What can we learn about each other?

 

 

Module 1.2: Dates: 1/25 - 1/31

 

Topic: Preparation for Collaboration Discussion

 

Focusing Question: What are the benefits of classroom-library collaboration to students, classroom teachers, specialists, and school librarians?

 

 

Module 1.3: Dates: 2/1 - 2/7

 

Topic: Collaboration and Leadership

 

Focusing Question: How does classroom-library collaboration create a leadership opportunity for school librarians?

 

 

Module 1.4: Dates: 2/8 - 2/14

 

Topic: Benefits of Classroom-Library Collaboration

 

Focusing Question: What are your findings and thoughts related to the benefits of classroom-library collaboration?

 

 

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