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advocate for a system wide approach to teaching and learning with technologydistrict policy needs to provide equatl opportunites for all to access the internetdo all parents have to sign an Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) or is having the AUP in the student agenda enough? i.e., no parent sign-off
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Focus on critical thinking skills rather than tech skillsReassure parents that students are being taught proper digital citizenship skills.digital citizenship workshops for parents/familieshave students do their research on social networks
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ensuring classroom teachers know and buy into the values of the learning commons modelmake expectations clear to teachers that you want to see their strengths at the fore of their teaching--excellent pedagogy skills-permission forms/ letters home about program, web use and goalsProvide access to mobile technology for those students who do not have or who can afford--equitable accessencourage secondary students to see themsleves as considerers rather than consumers of information
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- Give resources so students can learn technology themselves - Teachers do not have to know how to use the technologiesbegin to recognize that the Learning Commons concept includes all aspects of the school curriculum and not just the school library. It is a concept that permeates the whole school.introduce parents to the technology children are usingPeer-directed tech teams-eg "isquad"A student IT committee that has times for students to access them for help/support/tools
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Model effective practice of pedagogytake the emphasis off acquisition of new techs tools and shift it ot using them for learningHelp them understand the benefits of technology. Not all negativePeer-directed tech teams (student-led)
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Good pedagogy is good pedagogy; teachers can ensure they are honouring the principles of good pedagogy when teaching with technology
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Model use for teachers & be a guide on the sideShowing evidence of success to admin through action research projects. Help Admin see direct correlation to students achievement and learning.bring parents and student together for discussion on technologyOffer access to technology tools in the LC for students to use. Open before and after school hours.
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Familiarise teachers with basic tech skills in order to shift focus from tech to contentprovide parents with learning opportunities to better understand tech tools and their place in educationProvide students with language and understandings to engage in self directed use of tech when appropriate (student self advocacy)Student contribution to LC website
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Library as forum for variety of skill strengthsFocus on student success
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 Commonality amongst all teachers is the learning commons to develop pedagogy to use technology creatively and safely.  Resources can be posted online for the benefit of others who cannot meet face-to-face.respect your teachers and trust them to use technologies wisely and effectively.
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Demonstrate the value of LC into current curriculum trends. I.E. TLCP, Big Ideas, 3 part lessons, success criteriaensuring school's have the technology available to students
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Collaborate then co-teach lessons together which intergrate technology to increase teacher's levels of comfort and knowledge.Required PD on using tech to achieve curricular goals
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Connect BYOD to self-regulation: http://janemitchinson.ca/?page_id=8ask our principal to establish a professional learning community built around how we will use technologies for teaching/learning
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Please seeSchool library program mediates to support of 21st century teachers and learners.
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http://bit.ly/Ly9Cve Teaching and Learning Challenges include:21st Century Learners :
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Used to getting instant simple answers to questions, delivered 24/7 to personal devices.
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Commonality amongst all teachers is the learning commons to develop pedagogy to use technology creatively and safely.  Resources can be posted online for the benefit of others who cannot meet face-to-face.
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Principal should formalize connections btwm learning commons and classroom teachers.Engage Parents in this critical part of their child's learningparents work with the school and the teachers to establish "sensible" workable policies that allow their children/youth to become ethical users of digital tools and effective global citizens.In the LC, students need to be curators of information, and empowered to direct and contribute to the LC.
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collaborationEmpower Students to own all parts of their education, including technology
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co-teach, model effective teachingEngage parents in the process
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Start early helping children make good decisions as they play and explore with technology.
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Focus on pedagogy and curriculum content with a foundation of basic technological understanding...knowing that the student will increase their own technical skills on a need to know basis.
The principal acts as the facilitator of the emerging leanring commons vision and provides resources, time, opportunities for learning, effective home/school engagement and mentors the leadership of all staff members.
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Connect LC practice to what teachers need to do - ie assessment practices.Help principals connect technology to character education rather than seeing it first as a threat to student safety.
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Be a guide on the side to help teachers develop comfort with using technology for learning.
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Culture of trust & learning with leadership from the LCCulture of trust & learning with leadership from the LCCulture of trust & learning with leadership from the LCCulture of trust & learning with leadership from the LCCulture of trust & learning with leadership from the LC
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collaborate with teachers to emphasis using technology to facilitate and engage learning
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leadership (from lc)empowermentequity
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Commitment to the values and collaboration on delivery. Commitment to the values and collaboration on delivery. Commitment to the values and collaboration on delivery. Commitment to the values and collaboration on delivery. Commitment to the values and collaboration on delivery.
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Engage in full teaching partnering at all levels of teachingStudents are provided with the tools for understanding and then they play a significant role in peer teaching.
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