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Why 20% Time is Good for Schools

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Have you ever met an adult who doesn’t really love what they do, but just goes through the motions in their job and everyday life? Have you spoken with men and women who constantly complain, showing

Ephansen‘s insight:

Great first step…in making learning more relevant.  Let’s keep at it!  Competency skill building, inquiry skills…all emphasized in a Library Learning Commons.  You can be intentional in the skill building and demonstration, even while loosening the reins.  Part of learning how to learn – authentic learning.  

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Author: ephansen

I am passionate about library learning commons and the intersection of information seeking, co-creation and sharing of knowledge. Trans-literacy, inquiry and digital citizenship are also areas of exploration. Emphasis is K-12, but this is important for learners of all ages...

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