Inquiry-Based Learning • Demonstrating and Sharing the Learning
Activity: Student Creators

As technology evolves, there are more and more opportunities for students to demonstrate their learning in creative ways with the library taking the lead. "Raising Creators, Not Consumers," "Growing Competence and Creativity with the Touchcast Video App," and "Research: Maximizing Hyperlink Capabilities to Demonstrate Standards Mastery," walk through some innovative options. Read the articles for some inspiration and then complete the Reflect & Practice activity to think about how you might help students level up their learning products.

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Where do you see room to help students demonstrate their learning in creative ways in your library? How can you support teachers in their efforts do so as well? After reading the above articles, use the table in the form to reflect on how you might broaden the options for students in your own library.

MLA Citation "Inquiry-Based Learning: Student Creators." School Library Connection, July 2019, schoollibraryconnection.com/Home/Display/2214195?learningModuleId=2214085&childId=2215153&tab=1&topicCenterId=1955261.

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