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The Learning Commons

The Learning Commons | Flipped high school library | Scoop.it

The Learning Commons Facebook page is a community of scholars and practitioners interested in creating physical and virtual Learning Commons for K-12 and academic envronments.

 

Its mission is to build Learning Commons for children, tenns, teachers, technologists, teacher librarians, administrators and others interested in engaging collaborative learning environments.The Learning Commons is a community of scholars and practitioners interested in creating physical and virtual Learning Commons for K-12 and academic environments.


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The Virtual Learning Commons | By the Brooks: Anita Brooks Kirkland

The Virtual Learning Commons | By the Brooks: Anita Brooks Kirkland | Flipped high school library | Scoop.it
Over this past summer I had the honour of working with Dr. David Loertscher, Carol Koechlin and Esther Rosenfeld on their new book, The Virtual Learning Commons. I was very excited to receive a copy of the publication in ...

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Flipped classrooms as an activator for library thinking

"As teachers all over the world consider the future of education, we in libraries need to keep up. Maybe one way to do that is to adopt some of the terminology being bandied around by our educational colleagues, and apply it to our own practice and spaces. Not as a cure-all, but as a first step towards moving outside our ‘known’ worlds, and trying out a new set of boundaries."

 

Join the conversation?


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Your School Library: Mobile, Flipped, & Curated

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gwynethjones's curator insight, June 12, 2013 6:20 AM

Your School Library: Mobile, Flipped, & Curated #ISTE13 Panel Featuring: @MentorMob @Scoopit @authorSTREAM‎& MORE!

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Library to Learning Commons Bootcamp-David Loertscher and Carol Koechlin

Library to Learning Commons Bootcamp-David Loertscher and Carol Koechlin | Flipped high school library | Scoop.it

Working on building a Learning Commons in your School?
 
Spend a day with us thinking, working, constructing, sharing and imagining the possibilities and solving the problems.


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Flip! | Services to Schools

Flip! | Services to Schools | Flipped high school library | Scoop.it
Flip the library! Flipped Classroom..http://t.co/evA3Dzsz via @l2_s2s...

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Flipped Classrooms, Librarians as "Defenders of Wisdom," and the Hottest Tech Tools | ISTE 2013 - The Digital Shift

Flipped Classrooms, Librarians as "Defenders of Wisdom," and the Hottest Tech Tools | ISTE 2013 - The Digital Shift | Flipped high school library | Scoop.it

Flipped Classrooms, Librarians as "Defenders of Wisdom," and the Hottest Tech Tools | ISTE 2013 http://t.co/nznlMdZ8lw #iste13

 

By Tiffany Whitehead

The ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) Conference in San Antonio from June 23-26 offered unique opportunities for educators to interact, learn about the latest ed tech resources, and hear new ideas from education leaders. At a conference this size, it is impossible to see and do it all, but here are the highlights that librarians can take back to their schools in the fall.

 

Feedback from:

- Opening Keynote

- SIGMS Digital Age Media Center Playground

- Your School Library: Flipped, Mobile, and Curated

- SIGMS Forum: School Librarians and Admins: A Powerful Name

- SIGMS keynote by John T. Spencer

- ISTE and SIGMS business

 


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Karen du Toit's curator insight, June 28, 2013 12:39 AM

Interesting discussion especially for school librarians!

marissa gibson's curator insight, February 17, 10:12 AM

        8.     Many teachers were invited to a convetion for some of the newest techonology that would soon be presented in classrooms everywhere. There were nearpods, aurasmas, videolicious, puppet pals and mentor mob. These were all technology tools that kids could use and interact with.