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How can your library help you teach?

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Jennifer Misamore

on 28 April 2013

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Transcript of How can your library help you teach?

How Can Your Library Help You
This School Year? With Technology Tools Promethean Boards/Activotes
Elmos
Computer Lab
Flip Cams
Webcams How Can They Help? Promethean Boards/Activotes
Interactive
Engaging
Appealing
Fun Elmos
No transparencies
Can act as a scanner with Inspire
Accurate demonostrations Computer Lab
Student writing
Student research
Interactive projects
Tutoring
Fun class reinforcements With Research With Library Media Specialist Team teaching/modeling
Lesson ideas
Learning technology
Familiarize with school databases
Technology tips
Integration with technology tools
Assist with them theme units
Technology concerns/problems Using Research Model
Finding appropriate materials
Proper citation
Modeling Information Literacy With Web 2.0 Tools What?! You don't know Web 2.0 tools!
We Are Now Teaching 21st Century Learners!
We Must Get On Board! Teacher Tube Videos:
http://www.teachertube.com/members/viewVideo.php?video_id=11669&title=Introducing_Web_2_0&vpkey=4213906c7c&album_id= Web 2.0 Enables: Socialization- this helps students use language and skills they are learning in order to build networks and relationships with real people
Collaboration- students work together to construct a project
Creativity- students create genuine products that have a real audience
Authenticity- tasks and activities of students are real and motivating
Sharing- students share creations and learn from each other Just Kidding! Your library can help you in many ways this school year. Let us
help you make this a great 21st century school year! Peachey, N. (2010). Web 2.0 for teachers. Retrieved from
http://nikpeachey.blogspot.com/
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