Thursday, October 11, 2012
K-12 decoded: designing Information Literacy Program for the K-12 Curriculum
As the school continues to adapt to another challenge geared towards academic excellence, which is the implementation of the new K-12 curriculum, the De La Salle Santiago Zobel School – Learning Resource Center (DLSZ-LRC) believes that libraries and librarians play a vital role in the promotion, execution and eventually, the success of this framework.
The DLSZ-LRC believes that alongside the innovation, recentness and up-to-datedness of facilities and equipment of the center, improvement of the professional competencies of each librarian and library
personnel should also come at hand.
The DLSZ-LRC would like to invite you to a half-day seminar entitled: “K-12 decoded: designing Information Literacy Program for the K-12 curriculum” on November 13, 2012, 8:00am – 12:00
noon at St. Mutien Audio Visual Room.
The seminar aims to:
1. To understand the implication of the K-12 curriculum in school libraries;
2. To empower school librarians in facing the challenges of the K-12 curriculum; and
3. To design new and innovative library programs that will adapt to the K-12 learning environment
For this seminar, our guest speaker is Ms Zarah Gagatiga who is an esteemed school librarian with significant experience in handling Information Literacy Programs, a known blogger, literacy advocate, and a published writer.
Seminar fee isP500, inclusive of seminar kit, certificate, and meals (snack and lunch). Participants are limited to 50 only, so it’s a first-come, first-served basis.
For inquiries, please email Mr. Mharlo Pua (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or call at 7713579 loc 772, 773, 775, 779.
We look forward to see you at the seminar!