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Module 2.2 Dates: 2/22 - 2/28

 

Topic: Inquiry and Other Research Models: Related Methods of Information Problem-Solving

 

Focusing Question: What are the similarities and differences between inquiry learning and other research models?

 

Readings Codes 

  1. Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Media Programs – EL
  2. Standards for the 21st Century Learner – S4L
  3. Many Faces of School Library Leadership MFSLL
  4. Reading Comprehension Strategies in Elementary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (CRCSESL) or Coteaching Reading Comprehension Strategies in Secondary School Libraries: Maximizing Your Impact (CRCSSSL) 
  5. TWU Library Databases - TWU
  6. Blackboard Class Wiki (Course Menu Tab) - BBW
  7. Course Wiki: http://ls5443.wikispaces.com - CW
  8. Resources: R (in BB Module) - D (Download)

 

Readings and Viewings

 

Preview the Upcoming Assignment: A.2.4 - Persuasive Presentation. Begin the work in Module 2.2. 

 

On the Web: Visit the AASL Web site to view information about Banned Websites Awareness Day, September 30, 2015. (accessed February 9, 2016).

 

TWU: Stripling, Barbara. "Inquiry: Inquiring Minds Want To Know." School Library Media Activities Monthly 25.1 (2008): 50-52.
 

TWU: Ogle, Donna. "Creating Contexts for Inquiry: From KWL To PRC2." Knowledge Quest 38.1 (2009): 56-61.

 

On the Web: "Inquiry-based Learning: Explanation." THIRTEEN - New York Public Media. Web. 28 Dec. 2010. <http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/concept2class/inquiry/index.html>. (accessed February 22, 2016).

 

On the Web: AASL's L4L Building Level Toolkit: Implementing AASL's Learning Standards and Program Guidelines in Your School Library - "Inquiry" and "Correlating to Your Curricula"  (accessed February 22, 2016).

 

On the Web: Research and inquiry models:

 

Information Literacy and Inquiry Learning Models. The page is hosted by Trevor Bond, an educator in New Zealand.  (accessed February 9, 2016).

 

Virtual Information Inquiry. This page is hosted by library science professor Annette Lamb.  (accessed February 9, 2016).

 

Read about at least 4 research or inquiry models.

Suggestions:

  • Big6 (Eisenberg and Berkowitz) - Note: You may not choose the Big6 for your A.2.4 Persuasive Presentation.

  • Building Blocks of Research (Abilock)

  • FLIP it! Framework (Yucht)

  • Guided Inquiry Design (Kuhlthau, Maniotes, Caspari)

  • ISearch (Macrorie)

  • IIM (Independent Investigation Method)

  • ISP (Information Seeking Process) (Kuhlthau)

  • Pathways to Knowledge (Pappas and Tepe)

  • REACTS (search Stripling and Pitts)

  • The Research Cycle (McKenzie)

  • Savvy 7 (Miller and Champlin)

  • Stripling Inquiry Model (Stripling)
  • TLC (Thoughtful Learning Cycle)

 

On the Web: Zeevi, Daniel. How to Create a Captivating Presentation. DashBurst. 16 June 2013. <http://slidesha.re/12t6UkF>.  (accessed February 9, 2016).

 

On the Web: Schrock, Kathy. Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Infographics as a Creative Assessment. Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Everything. Web. 04 Jan. 2014. <http://www.schrockguide.net/infographics-as-an-assessment.html>.  (accessed February 9, 2016).

 

Assignments

 

Online Discussions: O.D.0.5: I have created three ungraded forums in Blackboard where you may volunteer to share your learning from social media. I highly recommend that you have the experience of participating in the Tuesday night #txlchat Twitter group (8:00 to 8:30 p.m. CT).  The second forum is for the Building a Culture of Collaboration blog where I co-blog with three other library science faculty.  In April, will create a forum for the Texas Library Association Conference to be held in Houston. I will post the hashtag in Blackboard. (Guess: #txla16). (accessed February 9, 2016).

 

Although we do not have sufficient time to delve deeply into these three online professional development opportunities, this is my way to make you aware of them and give you the encouragement to participate.

 

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