• Bookmarking
  • ETL523 Assessment 2 Reflection

    I did a small “action research” project for my Primary Education degree in the mid 1990’s. I decided to focus on and facilitate collaborative learning with my class. I called my project “Everyone Has a Part to Play”, focusing on explicit teaching of expected behaviours and a mindset in cooperative learning that “we all have […]

  • Copyright
  • ETL503 Creative Commons Attribution Example

    Here is my example of writing an attribution using Creative Commons licensing. A fitting display of books to read to your primary school students on their first day of school or first visit to the library. Only fitting for one week out before school starts for 2019! Creator: oddharmonic Title: Back-to-school Library Display URL: https://www.flickr.com/photos/oddharmonic/6157734040/ […]

  • Collection Development Policy
  • ETL503 Copyright, Creative Commons and the Library: Helpful Websites

    Copyright, Creative Commons and the Library: Helpful websites. 1. Creative Commons Information Pack for Teachers and Studentshttp://creativecommons.org.au/content 2. This is a great site http://creativecommons.org.au/content/How_to_Attribute_CC_Materials_edu.pdf 3. How to find Creative Commons Licensed Materials. 4. Australian Library and Information Association. (n.d). ALIA on online content regulation. Retrieved from: http://www.alia.org.au/about-alia/policies-standards-and-guidelines/alia-online-content-regulation 5. Australian Digital Alliance and Australian Libraries Copyright […]

  • ETL503 Resourcing the Curriculum
  • ETL503 Teaching Digital Citizenship? Common Sense Education will help.

    About to teach Digital Citizenship? Common Sense Education is a fantastic website with resources for teachers such as lesson plans and professional development links that may be useful. Common Sense Education. (n.d.). K-12 Digital citizenship curriculum scope and sequence. Retrieved from: https://www.commonsense.org/education/scope-and-sequence