iCentres & Guided Inquiry for International Schools in Asia
Last week I had the honour of presenting to a great group of school library professionals at the Librarian’s Knowledge Sharing Workshop hosted by the school library team at Jerudong International School in Brunei.
In the morning I presented a keynote on my work on iCentres in schools.
In the afternoon, I presented a lecture on Guided Inquiry which was also attended by about 40 of the teaching staff at Jerudong. I had wonderful conversations with different groups of teachers after my presentation about the ways they might be able to build greater opportunities for students to experience inquiry as part of the school’s curriculum.
Another highlight was meeting up with CSU Teacher Librarianship graduates who are now working as teacher librarians in international schools throughout Asia. I was amazed to find that I had taught over 1/3 of the participants at this international school librarian workshop!!! #CSUTLsRule!
A further highlight was taking a boat trip along the Brunei river in the heart of Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei with the Sultan’s new palace being built in the background.
What a great week of professional and personal learning we all experienced in Brunei!
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