Suggested topics include: Social JusticeService LearningStudent Curiosity and CreativityStudent Centered Teaching and Learning Students as creatorsCritical Information LiteracyCritical PedagogiesReflective PracticeCommunities of PracticeApplications of the Framework for Information Literacy:Learning OutcomesLesson PlansProfessional development toolsAssessmentsCollaborationsOpen Educational ResourcesProgrammatic assessmentsInstructional design
All breakout sessions and panels will be 50 minutes long and should include some audience interaction or discussion. Panels should be limited to three people. Hands-on lessons and demonstrations (and/or practical takeaways) are encouraged. All breakout session classrooms will have a computer, internet access, a projector, and white boards. There is also a computer lab available. Sessions typically have 20-40 participants.
Breakout session proposals due Friday, January 12, 2018.
For more information, contact a Summit coordinator: http://informationliteracysummit.org/