Crafting New Narratives of Community, Connecting, Creating, and Participatory Learning at The Unquiet Library--A Makerspace Culture of Learning
Crafting New Narratives of Community,
Connecting, Creating, and Participatory Learning at The Unquiet Library: A Makerspace Culture of Learning A First Outline of Our New Chapter for 2012-2013 | Presented to Dr. Adrian Thomason, July 16, 2012 | Buffy J. Hamilton CC image via http://www.flickr.com/photos/jstar/288960063/sizes/o/
Defining Makerspace A place where
people learn to use tools and materials and can develop creative projects Can be embedded inside an existing Makerspace organization or standalone on its own Adaptable—can be shaped by educational goals as well as students’ creative interests CC images via http://www.flickr.com/photos/seeminglee/3967329241/sizes/l/ , http://www.flickr.com/photos/shereen84/2510599121/sizes/l/in/photostream/ , and Source: http://makerspace.com/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/unloveable/2405646370/sizes/o/,
Defining Makerspace collaborative learning environments
where people come together to share materials and learn new skills not necessarily born out of a specific set of materials or spaces, but rather a mindset of community partnership, collaboration, and creation people can create content as well as consume it in this incubator for ideas and ventures Source: http://www.libraryasincubatorproject.org/?p=4594 and http://www.libraryasincubatorproject.org/?p=5237
Makerspaces + Education Read more
at http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/future_tense/2012/06/maker_faire_and_science_education_american_kids_should_be_building_rockets_and_robots_not_taking_standardized_tes ts_.html
Content Consumption AND Creation in
Authentic Contexts Practices of Participatory Across Multiple Subjects Areas Learning and Play and Student Interests The Unquiet Library: A Makerspace Culture of Learning Affinity Spaces: Formal and Guided Inquiry, Tinkering, and Informal Communities of Messy Learning Learning Buffy Hamilton, July 2012
“While we sit here and
debate when we deliver our lectures, or how long they are, or in what channels; the real flip is already occurring. The lecture? The long form or short form, oratory? That is not the point of this. They all have a place. No, the real flip is faculty are losing control. The real flip is from us – LIS faculty – thinking we have the content and we are just debating the delivery to the truth that we need to relearn the content continuously right along side our students.” Dr. R. David Lankes, “Duct Tape, 3D Printing, and Libraries of the Future” http://quartz.syr.edu/blog/?p=1400&cpage=1#comment-7944
“That last bit, the relearning
bit, that is crucial. This is not simply ceding control, or turning education into one long do it yourself project. There is value in a good teacher and a good researcher – they will always have a strong ability to guide. No, it is about realizing that truly co-owning a curriculum, or library program, requires constant reinvention if for nothing else than applying it to new contexts.” Dr. R. David Lankes, “Duct Tape, 3D Printing, and Libraries of the Future” http://quartz.syr.edu/blog/?p=1400&cpage=1#comment-7944
Digital and Multimedia STEM related
projects Possibilities: The Unquiet Composition and in Science, Math, and Publishing Career Tech Common Core Library Standards: Multiple Fine Arts and Career Literacies Across ELA, Tech Science, and Social Studies Student Driven Writing and Print Tinkering and Content Publishing Making
Distributing the library Supporting through
a shared implementation of model of teaching and Common Core ELA and learning to cultivate Literacy Standards networked and across content areas collaborative learners (informational reading, (teachers and students) writing, and research) Continuing to cultivate Helping faculty develop relationships with all inquiry driven units of members of the study and developing learning community for effective practices for the ongoing teaching and learning composition of the through lenses of narrative of libraries critical pedagogy and and learning participatory learning
Action Steps 2012-2013 Shift: Reconfigure
library computer lab into a learning makerspace lab The Unquiet Library as a Focus on guided inquiry Makerspace : design and practices of Catalyst for A participatory Culture of learning/culture Learning at Greater emphasis on CVHS the librarian as a community learning strategist for students, parents, teachers, administration
a makerspace culture of learning
that values participatory learning is a lens to help us see the possibilities and create a context for crafting a shared vision of library in learning communities CC image via http://www.flickr.com/photos/beataryden/5917683857/sizes/l/in/photostream/
• Heightened motivation and new
forms of Practices of Participatory engagement through meaningful play and experimentation • Learning that feels relevant to students’ identities and interests Learning • Opportunities for creating using a variety media, tools and practices • Co-configured expertise where educators and students pool their skills and knowledge and share in the tasks of teaching and learning • An integrated system of learning where connections between home, school, community and world are enabled and encouraged Source: http://www.libraryasincubatorproject.org/?p=3335
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