Libraries and Learning
Given the frequency of how often we use digital spaces and devices, the number of people who actually understand how they function is proportionately low.
On 15 August, the Learning with Digital Technologies symposium (LwDT), aka the Digital Literacy symposium brought together about a hundred educators from around Auckland. The intention: to learn about and explore the teaching and learning implications related to digital literacy.
Florence Micoud, Librarian at Mount Aspiring College (Wanaka) shares tips and tricks for engaging secondary school students in all that their library can offer.
Sara Johnston shares tips and tricks for keeping primary students engaged with library life.
The concept of STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is aimed at incorporating multiple subjects that students will use throughout their education and within their working lives.