Presentation on theme: "Old or New Library Instructional Models Adapted from the 11 th National AASL conference presentation by Linda Kim and Violet H Harada Problem-Based Instruction:"— Presentation transcript:
Old or New Library Instructional Models Adapted from the 11 th National AASL conference presentation by Linda Kim and Violet H Harada Problem-Based Instruction: Making Learning Real 25 October, 2003
OLD LIBRARY NEW Warehouse Forum for information, ideas, and participation Library Instructional Model
OLD LIBRARIAN NEW Book finder Bookkeeper Book selector Co-Teacher Information Consultant Instructional Partner Library Instructional Model
OLD ACCESS NEW Limited to 1 class a period, once a week Unlimited for individuals Several classes a period Library Instructional Model
OLD RESOURCES NEW Print Non-print Print, Non-print Electronic Databases Home Access Library Instructional Model
OLD INSTRUCTION NEW Generic library skills in isolation on a rigid schedule Information literacy and critical thinking skills integrated into curriculum Library Instructional Model
TOPIC LIBRARIANS PROBLEM-BASED Librarian collects resources and helps students Librarian and teacher develop assignment and teach as a team. Topic or Problem-Based Research?
TOPIC TEACHERS PROBLEM BASED Teacher and librarian dispense information Teacher and librarian guide, question, and encourage. Topic or Problem-Based Research?
TOPIC STUDENTS PROBLEM BASED Students record and report information Students solve problems and think about essential questions Topic or Problem-Based research?
TOPIC INFORMATION PROBLEM BASED Information is gained from textbooks and browser- selected websites Information is obtained from library books, journals and recommended websites Topic or Problem-Based Research?
TOPIC LEARNING PROBLEM-BASED Learning focuses on facts and answers Learning focuses on questions and debate. Topic or Problem-Based Research?
TOPIC GOAL PROBLEM-BASED Information is the goal Generating new knowledge and understanding is the goal