Library Resources Training

Library Resources Training

Program Title: Effective Use of Library Resources

We understand the Value of Reading.  The saying “Leaders are Readers”, stands more true in the ever changing and challenging environment of educational leadership. The following logical sequence exists:

  • We have to develop a nation that is education hungry as well as goes beyond text books to seek knowledge.
  • To develop a nation which is education hungry and that goes beyond text books, we need to develop a nation which loves to read.
  • This can only be done if we develop readers.
  • And readers are only developed if we instill among them a habit of reading….right from the very earlier childhood stages.
  • This can only be done through Teachers. It is teachers who can do this great task.

 It is in pursuit of this purpose, we have developed Library Resources Training Program. 

Areas of Training Covered (Contents Brief):

The following areas will be covered in our work during the course of training. The same may be treated as contents brief of the training program.

 

Day 01 Introduction

· Introduction/Project Brief

· Importance of Reading and Library books role

· Group discussion & Presentation by participants on current practices

Integration of library books

· Orientation on library period allocation

· Use of library books as teaching support material

· Academics tasks for students to use library books

 

Day 02  Circle Time

· Circle time activity (video)

· How to plan circle time

· Teachers practice in groups to conduct

· Challenges and discussions

· Recap

Read A Loud

· Read aloud activity (video)

· How to plan activity, trainer to model an activity using library book

· Teachers practice in groups to conduct

· Challenges and discussions

· Recap

 

Day 03 Reading Activities

· How to plan group reading activities

· How to plan pair reading activities

· How to help students for individual reading

· Independent reading activities

Co-curricular Activities

· Orientation on literary development co-curricular activities

· Role and use of library books in co-curricular activities

· How to plan co-curricular activities through effective use of library books

  Detailed contents will be provided upon successful project allocation.

Application:

The training will benefit to any process of academic / education / learning outcomes delivery / teaching process including but not limited to:

  • Education delivery for all levels
  • Primary or Secondary or Higher Education,
  • Technical or non-technical
  • Vocational or pure academic

 Value Addition After The Training:

  • Developed understanding of principles of reading
  • Creating value and worth of reading
  • How to instill reading habits among students
  • Allocation of reading hours among students
  • Respect for books, readers and learning
  • Planning reading activities
  • Group, pair and independent reading activities

 Who should attend?

Teachers, Principals, Lecturers, Trainer of Teachers, Educational psychologists, Parents,  Evaluators, Syllabus Developers, Public sector officials working in education sector, ECE (early childhood education) specialists, Child psychologists, Organization Behavior Psychologists etc.

 Methodology:

The purpose of this activity is to train teachers to use library resources effectively. The activity can be conducted in groups ranging from participant size 20 to 25

 The following tools and techniques will be used during the training activity:

  1. Lecturing
  2. Explaining the various tools used in the library training
  3. Demonstrations (physical live demonstrations by trainer
  4. Audio Visual aids like showing video clips
  5. Drama and Role Plays involving participants
  6. Interactive discussions
  7. Question Answering (a single question raised and audience asked to answer or comment).
  8. Mental and brain exercises to refresh minds
  9. Group exercises

Duration:  08 hours (including breaks for tea, lunch, prayer etc) x 3 days

Training Fee:  To be disclosed upon further interest and negotiation, usually charged as per person.