Inspiring Curiosity: The Librarian's Guide to Inquiry-Based Learning (Paperback)
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This practical resource for secondary school librarians offers guidance for collaborating with teachers and students to develop inquiry-based research projects. With success stories from librarians all over the U.S. illustrating how they've guided teachers and students through the research process, this book provides strategies for using memorable events to activate students' natural curiosity and activities for generating essential questions for exploration. The book includes:
- Ideas and resources to help librarians be more effective in research and inquiry.
- Tips for developing search strategies, locating and curating resources, evaluating sources and celebrating students' inquiry beyond the traditional research paper.
- Lessons and assessment ideas to keep librarians current on information literacy topics.
Written for librarians by a librarian, this book will help librarians collaborate with classroom teachers on inquiry projects and offers new ideas and insights to inspire them in the process. Audience: 6-12 school librarians.
About the Author
Colette Cassinelli is a library instructional technology teacher at Sunset High School in Beaverton, Oregon, with over 25 years of teaching experience in grades K-16. A passionate learner, she's always on the lookout for great information literacy or technology integration lessons to share with faculty. Cassinelli is a Google Certified Innovator and has presented at local and national library and technology conferences including the Northwest Council for Computer Education (NCCE), the ISTE Conference & Expo, EdTechTeam Google Summits and the Oregon Association of School Libraries (OASL).