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Collaboration & the Whole Child

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Carley Shelton

on 17 October 2013

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Transcript of Collaboration & the Whole Child

Collaboration
& the Whole Child
Kayla Howell, Shelby Green, Emily Colvert, & Carley Shelton
"stepping stones" for success
Learning Communities
Create continuous learning opportunities
Promote inquiry & dialogue
Encourage collaboration & team learning
Establish systems to capture & share learning
Empower people towards collective vision
Constructivist Pedagogy
Students learn best when they construct their own knowledge
Librarians construct new learning experiences which allows for students to create and organize their knowledge.
The library is an extension of the classroom which allows for more independence & self-directed learning.
Resource-Based Learning
“Teaching involves three professional functions:
The ability to diagnose learning needs
To design programs to meet those needs
To assess the degree to which the program has been successful.
For the teacher librarian to be successful, these are done in conjunction and consultation with the classroom teacher.”
Technology
Frequently facilitate social networking and the collaborative construction of knowledge.
Provide strong opportunities for developing online communities and knowledge sharing.
Behavior
The collaborating teachers should do the following in order to build the classroom moral.
Show interest in each others ideas.
Treat each other with respect.
If there is a time where teachers disagree, they shouldn't show that to students.
Communicate effectively.
Treat classroom like it is joint; not one teacher's room.
If students see their teachers acting this way, they will treat their peers this way as well.
model desired
"Hands On"
The collaborating teachers should have a constant "hands on" approach to teaching and learning.
Teachers should interact with students on all situations in the classroom.
With more than one teacher in the classroom, teachers can monitor student behavior much more efficiently!
Encouragement
The collaborating teachers should discuss their plan on how to give positive reinforcement to students.
Students should also hear their teachers give each other positive feedback in the classroom.
If students hear their teachers complimenting each other; they will compliment their classmates.
Feedback
Collaborating teachers enable feedback to be given to students more frequently.
Feedback is important to a student because it allows for he/she to know what they are doing correctly. Also giving them praise that their effort is acknowledged.
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