Treasure Mountain Canada (TMC) is a research symposium and think tank that serves as an incubator for much-needed research into school library practice. The first four symposia collectively have generated close to one hundred action research and academic papers. It was because of TMC that the national standards document, Leading Learning: Standards of Practice for School Library Learning Commons in Canada, was conceived and developed, with input from every province and territory in Canada.
Leadership from the School Library Learning Commons
A presentation for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board Elementary Teacher-Librarian Professional Learning Session September 5, 2017
What does teacher-librarianship look like in 2017? How deep an impact has learning commons thinking had on practice? What progress are we making in Ontario, across Canada, and internationally? This presentation provides a window into teacher-librarianship for the 21st century, and proposes ideas for collaborative leadership from all stakeholders to advance the school library learning commons.
Storefront Session: Associations
Professional associations provide you with resources and programs, learning opportunities, and a powerful professional learning network. Associations empower you with a voice to demonstrate the value of the school library learning commons.