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CASL 2008 Kick-off to TIE 

 

 

 

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Agenda Overview:  Colorado Association of School Libraries Kickoff to TIE 2009

 

8:00-8:30 Registration and Networking

8:30-8:45 Welcome

Susan Gilbert, CASL President & Jody Howard, CAL President

 

8:45 - 10:15  Should Libraries Evolve or Reinvent Themselves?, Dr. David L. Loertscher, Professor, San JoséState University

Think of the challenges: the Detroit automakers, healthcare, the energy crisis, and the economy just to name a few. Evolve or reinvent? Think of the Google Generation and libraries. Do we evolve or reinvent ourselves? In this presentation, a foundation of research is used to develop a new theory of school libraries as an example of what a reinvention might look like. However, can a field actually reinvent itself?

Dr. David Loertscher, author of Beyond Bird Units and The New Learning Commons, received his PhD from IndianaUniversity. He has been a teacher librarian at both the elementary and secondary level. Having taught at several universities, he is currently a professor at the School of Library and Information Science at San JoseStateUniversity. After working as the head of the editorial department of Libraries Unlimited for ten years, he became the President of Hi Willow Research & Publishing. His website Davidvl.org focuses on professional resources for school library media specialists. He also maintains a blog entitled School Libraries: Book Reviews, Research, Issues. He is one of the founders of TreasureMountain, a group of school library researchers who began meeting in 1989 to share research and ideas.

 

Dr. Loertscher's Web Site

Dr. Loertscher's Blog

 

10:30  Standards Update and Learner's Bill of Rights, Nance Nassar and Nancy White

Handouts

Collaboration Template for AASL Learner Standards.doc

Learners Bill of Rights Jan 24 09.doc

Collaborative Planning Taxonomy.doc

Wiki

Colorado Teacher-Librarian Ning

AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner

11:45 Lunch

 

12:40 & 2PM  Afternoon breakout sessions; choose either:

 

David Loertscher: Transforming the Learning Experience to Very High Thinking

(*Collaborative groups should plan attend the same afternoon session with Dr. Loertscher.) 

-or- 

(12:40) Phil Goerner: VoiceThread (in Bighorn C-1)

clickHERE for Voicethread resources

 

(2:00) Peggy O'Neill-Jones: Building Powerful Learning Environments Using the AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner and Primary Sources (in Bighorn C-1)

Inquiry Process

    Reflection

Post your work here 

 

 

 

Peggy O’Neill-Jones is a professor of technical communication and media production and served as department chair for nearly ten years at the Metropolitan State College of Denver. Currently, Peggy is the regional director for the Library of Congress Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Western Region program. TPS provides professional development that assists educators in finding, accessing, and integrating the vast reservoir of primary sources from the Library of Congress to deepen understanding and enrich instruction.  Through Peggy’s leadership, the TPS-Colorado program grew from statewide outreach to a regional program that serves 14western states.  Her research interests include emerging communication media and instructional technologies that encourage and enable the development of 21st century learning skills such as critical and creative thinking, problem solving and innovation. http://www.mscd.edu/tps/

 

 

 

 

 

3:30 Reflection and Closing (in Bighorn C-1)

** TWITTER users- use #caslkickoff to send common tweets throughout our time together!

 

Graduate Credit

 

2009:  Download documents for .5 credit hour (.5 hour) from University of Colorado -Denver: TIE_CASLPreconf_2009.doc

 

 

 

 

Comments (3)

Anonymous said

at 7:56 am on Jun 25, 2008

Congratulations to all on what appears to have been an extremely successful pre-conference with TIE! I followed the Live Blog set up with Bud with much interest - wish I could have been there!

Anonymous said

at 5:02 pm on Jun 29, 2008

Thanks, Nancy. It was a fine day and Bud The Teacher made it a living record. How cool is that?!

Thank you for setting up this wiki for us and working on speaker selection. Chris Harris was perfect for our 1st Annual CASL/TIE Collaboration!

Nance Nassar said

at 7:28 am on May 4, 2009

Thanks Nancy! The "CASL Kick-Off to TIE 2009" agenda looks great!

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