Throughout the year I have worked with each year level to support the staff and students with their research and inquiry.






At the beginning of the year Essential Agreements are developed by the students.The Junior Library space also promotes the learner profile and attitudes through displays, identification of materials to support these, reading lists and ICT tools suitable to help develop them.


SOME TOOLS









RESOURCING THE CURRICULUM
QR code Resourcing the curriculum.png

PYP links and SITE HOOVER

TOP 10 SOCIAL MEDIA CONSIDERATIONS FOR TL'S LIBRARY 2.0 WIKI



LIBRARIES & PYP

PYP - CONCEPTS

SOUTH POINTE - OUR LIBRARY & PYP

PYP & the LIBRARY
https://sites.google.com/site/library4pyp/home

JSSALC DELICIOUS PYP LINKS



LIBRARY SUPPORT

This support takes various formats (i.e. research skills, frontloading, working with small groups or individuals...).
This a sample of a lesson focussed on searching techniques.


An example of the work I do with students can be viewed in the photopeach below of student inquiry in Year 3.
Yr 3 Who We Are - Frontloading, researching and note taking on PhotoPeach


TEACHER LIBRARIAN ROLE

My current role as a Teacher Librarian in the PYP School can be viewed in the brochure below.



Over the teaching year, in order to support classes effectively particular units are identified as being key units for collaboration with the Teacher Librarian (see the book icon as an indicator of a unit with the TL).

It is important to note that while specific units in the timeline have been identified, it doesn't indicate that other incidental connections aren't made for other units year levels or individual groups of students.

PERSONAL LEARNING NETWORKS (PLN)

https://twitter.com/julia_boulton

http://www.delicious.com/JS_SALC

http://www.edmodo.com/

http://jssalc.wikispaces.com/

http://au.linkedin.com/pub/julia-boulton/24/ab4/100

http://www.maggiehosmcgrane.com/2010/09/pln-v-plc.html

PYP Threads @PYPThreads NING and twitter

Library Grits wiki

Welcome to Library Grits wiki

Shhh! 6 Tools for Librarians (and Teachers)








Source
Dianne Mackenzie
http://dclibrary.edu.glogster.com/inquiry/