Merry X'mas and Happy New Year 2010!
Hello my friends here in ning, I'm hopefully waiting the new year may bring some contribution for the development of our school and your good ideas will be proved angelic words for our innocent children here in Nepal.
thank you for the beautiful photos.
Do you have a room for the library?
Do you have books?
What kind? Fiction readers ? Non fiction? Encyclopedias?
Do you have electricity?
What exactly do you have in the way of resources?
unfortunately school libraries are not my expertise, you should ask Niels Damgaard for advice on this as he has long term experience in supporting librarians in schools (he is also a member of IASL so easy to contact)
Your pictures on Classroom2.0 are beautifull. The children look very happy on it!
I understand that you would like to set up a library for your pupils? What do you need exactly? Do you already have books? Fiction for encouraging your pupils to read en to develop pleasure in reading, for example?
I can try to imagine how you are doing, but keep up with the optimism because I think your children need you and their school library. You can still do a lot without ICT. You have left me little info of what you got, so what I can advise you is to be sure to show everybody that even without much school library can still be center of educational process. Start with little things that can later be implemented in the electronic environment.
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