A course on the role of the school library in supporting academically more able pupils.
The course is suitable for school librarians and library coordinators, academically more able (AMA) coordinators, teachers, other interested staff.
Anne always adapts this course to local needs. It is available for the primary or secondary sector.
Expected learning outcomes:
The course is backed up with an extensive set of handouts.
Lots of ideas for activities for G&T pupils.
I have a more practical perspective on what I can offer to G&T pupils as a school librarian and how I can work with other departments to achieve those aims.
The element I found most useful was exploring ways to challenge and extend G&T children through whole class differentiation.
Interesting and thought-provoking. Liked the emphasis on broader provision, rather than just G&T.
Very impressed with the presentation and content of the course.
Sharing ideas for improving reading and maintaining interest was most helpful.
Very informative. I have a lot of information to take back with me that will help me move forward with G&T provision in the library.
I am now going to check out current books in the school library and how these can be used to extend G&T children.