Little Green Librarian

Blogging my way through a Masters in Teacher Librarianship at CSU!

Posts tagged with Guided Inquiry

Portfolio: Final thoughts on the impact of my studies

October17
Image of an ape in a thinking position.

As I reflect on my studies at Charles Sturt University (CSU) and their subsequent impact on my practice as a teacher librarian, three themes emerge: the role of a teacher librarian, resourcing the curriculum and digital citizenship. In this blog post, my final portfolio, I will explore these three themes, explaining how the things I […]

Through a glass, darkly: A critical reflection on my changing understanding of the role of a teacher librarian

May24

“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known.” 1 Corinthians 13:12 (Bible Hub, 2012) I have a confession to make. Before undertaking Introduction to Teacher Librarianship, I held a somewhat romantic view of the […]

Implementing a Guided Inquiry Approach

May12

Throughout my life, I have had a number of moments of clarity in which I have heard or read something that has helped me understand myself better. The most recent moment of clarity came a few weeks ago when I began reading and learning about Carol Kuhlthau’s body of work on Information Search Process (ISP) […]


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