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The best part of my job is collaborative lessons and visits to classes to help with instruction.
I want to work with you and your students – we can work together for student learning gains!
Library lessons can be professional development for you and me. I demonstrate tools and strategies that can expand your repertoire and I welcome your input and your active participation to learn more about your subject and what you do in the classroom.
When you begin thinking about a project/unit/module, I can scaffold relevant and pertinent information literacy instruction. It is my job to show students how to research, evaluate sources, and make citations.
Have a book, database, or other resources that you would like to use in your instruction? Send your recommendation my way!
If you want to use any spaces in the library or send small groups to complete a specific task, find books, or read please contact me.
I can create a libguide for any research, unit, or class project. Here are a few examples of some collaborative libguides I've created with MS teachers:
6th Grade English Iqbal: Book study and project on global issues
8th Grade Physics and Engineering: Robots and Bridges
I am available to do a lesson on copyright, any type of citation, and using Noodletools with your students. I am also available to answer questions you have on copyright and citations, it is part of my MLIS degree training so utilize me when needed!
Click to see the citation, copyright, and Noodletools libguide I made for MS students. There is also a section of the SLS Handbook on plagiarism referenced here.
Click here to access Noodletools