Monthly Archives: March 2013

Share your thoughts on how you think a TL might make his/her priorities both clear and palatable to the school community?

    In order to answer this question, firstly you must have ascertained your school libraries priorities. Dianne Oberg points out the invisibility of the media specialist (teacher librarian) in her article and suggests libraries worked better where there were

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Based on your reading to date: what sort of role do you see yourself fulfilling in the school as a TL (Herring      Lamb, Purcell and Valenza)? within your experience, how do principals perceive the role of the TL? What

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Comment on the role of the Teacher Librarian (TL) in practice with regard to constructivist learning and the Australian curriculum.

Comment on the role of the Teacher Librarian (TL) in practice with regard to constructivist learning and the Australian curriculum. Information Literacy has been a major push in the role of the Teacher Librarian. School libraries are no longer just

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Does your school have a Teacher Librarian (TL) role statement?

As far as I have seen… there is no such document. Being an International Baccalaureate (IB) School I also took some time to examine the IB website and found that there weren’t any documents or guides for TLs. They did

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Using Library Search Engines

The topic this week was to become familiar with the university library search engines. How this differs from when I did my undergrad and grad dip is that we now have access to a lot more journals and ebooks. In

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Starting a Blog

Before beginning this course I spoke to one of my husband’s colleagues who only has a unit to go before graduation. She highly recommended this course and one of the things she warned me of is that we would have

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