"10 Short Lessons on One-Shot Instruction"

Notes from the Field: 10 Short Lessons on One-Shot Instruction


Librarians teach. It might not be what they planned to do when they entered the profession, or it may have been a secret hope all along. Either way, librarians teach, and one teaching scenario remains quintessential: the one-shot library instruction session. In recognition of the centrality of the “one-shot,” this article shares several authors’ “notes from the field.” The notes provide a range of strategies for developing pedagogically sound one-shot library instruction sessions, grouped loosely into three categories: planning, delivery, and integration. The authors offer these insights in their own words in hopes that other teaching librarians may benefit from their experiences.

[via Thomas Hapke]

Ein Gedanke zu „"10 Short Lessons on One-Shot Instruction"“

  1. If you could do something you never did before would you?

    I mean writing about Infobib » “10 Short Lessons on One-Shot Instruction” is good but is it a safe subject considering your internet-site is about microwave range hood?
    All things considered it is a great info however I bet you could try branching into other subjects like microwave range hood for example.
    Just an idea… I trust you do not mind me expressing

    Here is my blog :: simple forex strategy

Kommentare sind geschlossen.