Social Learning Summit 2012: Student Learning 24/7
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How a School Library creates a Virtual learning Commons where students learn beyond the school day on their way to becoming life-long learners.

Creating a virtual learning commons takes students, teachers, and a teacher Librarian. See how a library website in transformation is becoming a 24/7 virtual and interactive learning space where we build collaborative intelligence together. You’ll see activities and projects, surveys and polls, classroom, grade level, and schoolwide learning spaces, using embedded Web 2.0 tools that assist in establishing an online learning space sponsored by our school library. But these ideas and projects are not just for libraries! Ideas you can use in your classroom, at grade level, and schoolwide.


Presented online/virtually at the Social Learning Summit on Saturday, April 21, 2012 10:00 am pst.


Link to the recording of the presentation:

https://sas.elluminate.com/site/external/recording/playback/link/dropin.jnlp?sid=2008350&suid=D.B84E475C63D93C83ECC55FA4572081


TARGET AUDIENCE: Elementary, Librarians, teachers, administrators, SLIS students


BIO: I’m a teacher librarian in a K-5 school where we love to read and we have created a community of readers and learners! I am a life long learner, love technology, and believe that we can change the world one book at a time!


Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:

Bay Farm Library/Media Center

Dr. Seuss Day Celebration

To the BookFair and Beyond

EarthWeek 2011

others within the Library Media Center site including Endangered Animals KBC, using Voicethread, creating Learning Links, 3 Minute Math, Student created PSAs: Can’t Wait to Read it, Reading incentive programs, Book Blogs, Wallwisher and Discovery Streaming, WebConferencing with BlackBoard Collaborate, more.

 

Tags: 2012SLS, 24/7learning, K-8, online learning, school libraries, technology, web20tools, websites