We have used a form of FOSIL called CWICER in Guernsey for the last few years. This has led to some really encouraging collaborative sessions where the teacher has brought the knowledge of the subject and the understanding of their students and the librarian has brought the information literacy skills to guide the enquiry. This framework has provided us with the ability to talk to teachers about how school librarians can work alongside them in a way that they understand.
Terminology has been a huge barrier to teacher and librarian collaboration, words like pedagogy and information literacy are not something that both use so remembering to explain specialist words will be an important part of the conversation. Although I do think that adding another word like ‘acquiry’ is probably an unnecessary complication at this point.