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Freedom to Read

It’s Freedom to Read Week in Canada, and time to reflect on intellectual freedom and the role of the school library program. Freedom to Read in the School Library School libraries should be the champions of the freedom to read. … Continue reading

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Knowledge-Building Centres

Imagine students engaging in inquiry and research where learning is transparent, collaboration builds understanding, formative assessment is timely and useful, access to resources is personalized and scaffolded for success, and where students are truly engaged in deeper learning. I believe … Continue reading

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Super Conference Reflections: Knowledge-Building Centres

Third in a series of reflections on my Ontario Library Association Super Conference 2012 experience. I have presented at Super Conference many times over the years, and many times with Carol Koechlin, whom I count as a mentor. Carol is … Continue reading

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