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quotes from authorities and publications in the field of educational media

authority/publicationquote
AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner in Action (2009) roles and responsibilities (PLIIT) Program administrator, Leader, Information specialist, Instructional partner, Teacher
AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner 2007
(AASL) American Association for School Librarians
Empowering Learners (2009)-library program mission produce students and staff members that can effectively find and use ideas and information empower students to SCEE
AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner in Action (2009) 9 common beliefs 4 standards, 4 strands with indicators, benchmarks grades 2, 5, 8, 10, 12
Introduce standards pamphlets, power point, flyers, co-teaching, video footage of standards implementation
9 Common Beliefs the definition of information literacy has changed with the changes in technology and resources
9 Common Beliefs reading is a window to the world
9 Common Beliefs inquiry is a framework for learning
9 Common Beliefs ethical use of information must be taught
9 Common Beliefs learning has a social context
9 Common Beliefs equitable access is key to education
9 Common Beliefs employers need skilled users of technology
9 Common Beliefs there is so much information that people must be equipped with the skills to learn independently
9 Common Beliefs school libraries are needed to create skilled lifelong learners
AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner in Action (2009) 4 strands 4 strands-dispositions, responsibilities, skills, self-assessment strategies
strands specific to the standard that its linked to and contains a list of indicators
Kuhlthau, Maniotes, & Caspari (2007)
Kuhlthau, Maniotes, & Caspari, 2007 guided means teachers and the LMS working together to plan, teach, monitor and assess
David Loertscher creater of the Taxonomies for the School Library Program (collaboration)
Loertscher (2009)collaboration it is the WE in collaboration that is so important, it is the job of the LMS to work with the teacher to provide opportunities for students to think critically and select questions they want to answer
Kuhlthau, Maniotes, & Caspari, 2007 guided inquiry creates a community of lifelong learners working collaboratively together, constructivist approach, learners access and use a variety of resources to gain understanding, combines information literacy and content standards
Joie Taylor (2006) research models teachers and students must be taught a research model, we must choose the one that works for our school
Eisenberg and Berkowitz research model The Big 6
Kuhlthau research model (ISP) Information Search Process
Virginia Rankin research model Pre-Search Process
Joie Taylor 2006
instructional partner collaboratively plan and teach lessons that incorporate the AASL standards, technology, media center resources, and curriculum objectives
Information Power (1998) collaboration collaborative planning and teaching is "essential to the teaching and learning process"
Information Power (1998)
Information Power (1998) collaboration characteristics (PAF) "persistent, approachable, and flexible"
Joy McGregor (2006) flexible scheduling "flexible scheduling facilitates inquiry learning"
Joy McGregor 2006
Empowering Learners 2009
AASL Standards for the 21st Century Learner in Action 2009
various teaching strategies literature circles, cooperative learning groups, graphic organizers
assessment tools rubrics, portfolios, checklists, self-assessment
flex scheduling idea set library times - K-2 students flex scheduling for 3-5 students to complete projects, to read, conduct research, work in various groupings, book checkout
collaborative planning time line up with teachers' planning time and embedded into media schedule
methods to collaborate blogs, wikis, email, Voice Threads, SMART Bridgit online conferencing
information specialist knowlegeable of the latest trends in teaching, instructional strategies and technology, resources in the media center and online
learning tools maps, globes, DVDs, digital cameras, and recorders
Information Power (1998) work collaboratively with teachers work collaboratively with teachers to plan and team teach lessons
Information Power (1998)instruct students instruct students to find and ethically use reliable resources
differentiate and improve instruction by providing resources, instructional strategies and materials
Information Power (1998) collaborative lessons TAC AASL Standards Curriculum Objectives Technology
ready resources pathfinders, sample lesson plans,hotlists which incorporate technology, curriculum objectives and the AASL Standards
professional organizations AASL ASLA ALA
professional journals School Library Journal Booklist Knowledge Quest
Empowering Learners (2009) leader-professional join professional organizations and subscribe to professional journals
benefits professional organizations/journals -remain current in the field -connect to others in the field (state and nationwide
Empowering Learners (2009) leader characteristics KFP proactive, maintains open lines of communication, fosters collaborative relationships and creative problem solving
Vansickle (2000) -8 enduring characteristics warm, caring, promotes the love of reading and the use of resources and technology in teaching/learning,inspires excellence, advocate for the youth, works w/teachers to create learning experiences, provides the best learning tools
Loertscher (2008) leadership-PD the LMS provides teachers a place to receive "PD and resources to improve teaching and learning"
Empowering Learners (2009)planning PD = BP MIKS PD should be planned with teacher input and on need maintains and increases knowledge and skills
Empowering Learners (2009)PD format hands-on learning for new technology, sharing information, ideas and information and online"
Alabama's School Library Media Handbook (2008) the LMS role in PD the "LMS is responsible for providing PD to the faculty and staff on technology and how to incorporate it into the curriculum"
Valenza 2009
Valenza (2009) web 2.0 tool example "student created book talks and book trailers using tools such as voice thread, Youtube and Animoto"
planning PD-4 components handout, needs assessment, evaluation form, PD plan
success of the library media program depends on support of the principal and teachers
Jane Bandy Smith 1995
Smith (1995) LAC members members of the LAC may be appointed by the principal or invited by the LMS
Jane Bandy Smith (1995)LAC benefit ensures all members of the school community have a say in the library media program
Smith (1995) LAC responsibilities/roles -create and share rules, procedures, policies -participate in collection development (selection, deselection, challenged materials) communicating information to the school community budget planning,
Empowering Learners (2009) step 1 data collection and needs assessment
Jane Bandy Smith (1995) LAC and program activities LAC members can collect information in regards to the "services and activities from the previous year"
data collection sources -school profile -information survey -school vision -school mission -school goals
curriculum survey a review of each subject and the objectives required for each in terms of what students are required to know and be able to do versus textbooks used and the media center collection
textbook examination careful review of the textbooks in regards to information and how it is covered, scope and sequence, resources available through the series
Empowering Learners (2009) quantitative data data reports to determine the age and contents of the collection overall and by Dewey category
Alabama's School Library Media Handbook (2008) CREW weeding acronym Misleading Ugly Superceded Trivial Irrelevant Elsewhere (information found elsewhere)
weeding considerations age, condition, frequency of use
LAC-purchasing new materials survey the school community for needs and interest
basis for the budget budget will be planned in regards to need, interests, and allocated funds
alternate fund sources book fairs, grants, donations
Alabama's School Library Media Handbook (2008) selection aids Hornbook, Booklinks, School Library Journal
program implementation plan delegation of responsibilities, tasks, objtives, timeline, funding
Betty Morris (2010)
Morris (2010) evaluation "evaluation of the library media program should be continous in an effort to improve services"
Program planning-evaluation methods surveys and automated system reports
Sharka 2005
Sharka (2005) Illionis research study high academic achievement associated with "well-staffed libraries, computers connected to library catalogs and databases, frequenct visits by students and student access to large, current book collections"
Alabama's School Library Media Plan (2008) overall appearance visually inviting, neat, clean, organized,
Alabama's School Library Media Plan (2008) work areas and groups variety of work areas to acccommodate various groupings (small, whole, individual)simultaneously
Alabama's School Library Media Plan (2008) furnishings appropriate size and dimensions for the student population served the student population
Alabama's School Library Media Plan (2008) accessiblity furnishings arranged so that all areas are physically accessible to all patrons
Alabama's School Library Media Plan (2008) lighting appropriate lighting to suite the needs of the patrons and the activities taking place\ some areas may be brighter or lighter and we may use reading lamps
Alabama's School Library Media Plan (2008) signage large, bright, easy to read
Alabama's School Library Media Plan (2008) visability the media center will be set up in such a way that I can visually monitor the whole center from any point
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