Research Packets: MLA and APA Citation Guides Understanding the teacher's unit plan or lesson plan helps me identify areas for information literacy skills integration. When I read the unit plan of my co-teacher, I had a clearer understanding of her ...

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  1. Teacher and School Librarian Collaboration: Search Strategies for Grade 9 (2 of 2)
  2. Learning From Peers: Observing Classes this Academic Year
  3. Book Spine Poetry Festival: The Best of 2017
  4. #milclicks of the Week: Think Before You Click
  5. Call for Papers: The Rizal Library International Conference 2017
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Teacher and School Librarian Collaboration: Search Strategies for Grade 9 (2 of 2)

Research Packets: MLA and APA Citation GuidesUnderstanding the teacher's unit plan or lesson plan helps me identify areas for information literacy skills integration. When I read the unit plan of my co-teacher, I had a clearer understanding of her learning objectives, target work study and research skills (for this instance IB calls it ATL - approaches to learning), the coverage of the
    

Learning From Peers: Observing Classes this Academic Year

Class observations are a regular practice in the Academy. In my six years of stay here, I have visited classrooms of my co-teachers and colleagues and have seen them teach in action. Here is a blog post from 2014 where I write about insights I gained from a Theory of Knowledge (TOK) class I observed back then. This academic year, I have been to three classrooms and have been invited by the
    

Book Spine Poetry Festival: The Best of 2017

Announcing the best Book Spine Poems of 2017! Book Spine Poetry Best of 2017 from Zarah Gagatiga
    

#milclicks of the Week: Think Before You Click

This is a photo of our library bulletin board for nearly two academic school years.We decided to have it up way before my involvement with the national round table discussion on Media and Information Literacy. At the time me and my staff were thinking of what to display on our bulletin board, I was already concerned with the online behavior of kids, mine and my students, in social media. With
    

Call for Papers: The Rizal Library International Conference 2017

Fifty years ago, when the Rizal Library first opened, students were required to remain completely silent inside the premises, research was done by searching typewritten 3x5 cards and print indexes, and there were no computers on campus.Fifty years later, the Rizal Library allows students to hold group discussions in designated areas, research can be done using print and electronic resources,
    

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