We’d love your feedback on these! Recently, these were created and endorsed by Colorado School Library Leaders. We hope you will use them to help guide you as you collaborate to create powerful learning experiences for students.
Learner’s Bill of Rights
The learner has the right to:
1. question and be curious.
2. have personal ideas.
3. choose how to learn and share understanding.
4. plan and participate in learning at a level that’s appropriate.
5. grapple with challenging ideas or concepts.
6. access the information and resources needed.
7. participate in and contribute to a learning network.
8. think critically, solve problems and make decisions.
9. make mistakes and learn from them.
10. reflect on learning.
The “Learner’s Bill of Rights” is endorsed by CoSLL Fall 2008.
The Learner’s Bill of Rights committee:
Chair: Jody Gehrig, Director of Libraries, Denver Public Schools
Mary Beth Bazzanella, District Office, Jeffco School District
Cheri Hilton, South High School, Denver Public Schools
Nance Nassar, State Library
Carol Peterson, Instructional Technology, Poudre School District
Nancy White, ET-IL Information Literacy Specialist, District Office, Academy 20 School District