Cultivating Effective Instructional Design to Co-plan, Teach and Assess Learning
Knowledge-building, creativity and innovation, and honing of information management and literacy skills are key goals of the learning commons. The intentional teaching of these skills, as well as opportunities to utilize a variety of resources, technologies and spaces to support learning require collaboration and planning and thoughtful instructional design, as does the effective assessment of learning.
Below is a list of blog posts that should be helpful in implementing this standard.
- Videos on Taking Notes and Citation in English and French for Elementary
- Another New QSLiN Hangout: PCHS Listening to Students and Meeting Needs for Technology
- New QSLiN Library Hangout – Macdonald High School Library: Going Digital
- Principal Jad Deegan and Macdonald High School’s Library Learning Commons – New QSLiN Hangout
- Edwardian Era Library to 21st Century Library Learning Commons
- “She Said, He Said: On Makerspaces” – blog post by LEARN Quebec
- New QSLiN Film: Quebec Principals on the Importance of School Libraries
- Resources from the 2016 Library Symposium Sessions
- Book review: The Lego Architect: A book for the learning commons!
- The School Library Symposium – Resources, Notes, and Tweets
- A School Principal on the Importance of His Library Learning Commons
- QSLiN Hangout at Riverdale High School: Transforming to a Library Learning Commons
- CLA School Library Standards and QSLiN Digital Badges
- Makerspaces – Yes, You Can!
- Kaléidoscope: Kid Lit Directory with equality in mind!
- New QSLiN film: Information Literacy and Current Events
- Professional Development Corner for February
- CLA Standards Highlighted With Relevant Films on QSLiN Youtube Channel
- Beth Holland: Transforming Libraries into Library Learning Commons or a Hogwarts Room of Requirement
- AMAG is for architecture, AMAG is also for amazing and art