Advancing the Learning Community: Exemplar F3

Standard: Advancing the Learning Community to Achieve School Goals


Theme: District Administration and Consultant Collaborative Role


Growth Phase: Established


Growth Indicator: District administration and library consultants collaborate with other specialist consultants to ensure that all disciplines utilize the LLC.


 

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A technology support teacher with Waterloo Region District School Board, Ontario, recommends best reviewed apps for student learning.

Watt, Susan. (2014). Some of the BEST web 2.0 apps for the classroom.
http://www.susanwatt.ca/web-20.html

 

 

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A provincial professional development consortia (Alberta) offers webinars and videos to explore key aspects of the learning commons led by teacher-librarian specialist consultants.

Alberta Regional Consortia. (2017). Learning Commons: Explore Key Aspects. ARPDC Professional Development Resources. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6P1FySUgEPShzzaTaIbn4F6UVn0nlbG

 

 

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Calgary Board of Education, Alberta, is part of a project sponsored by Education Matters, a charitable trust that funds innovative public enhancement programs to help elementary and secondary students excel and enrich their learning experiences.

Education Matters. (2016). Library to Learning Commons. https://www.educationmatters.ca/library-to-learning-commons/