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Draft library program presentation for parents and teachers

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  • 1. DRAFTHarborview Library Program Our learners will become efficient and effective users and producers of information, knowing how to determine if sources are credible, reliable, and authoritative.
  • 2. The Big Picture Explosion of Information in various forms is widely available The web is self publishing  students are more independent  adult consultation may be removed  students must evaluate resources on their own Research skills are essential in today’s world  The Big Three  Plagiarism  Inquiry
  • 3. Today’s library/media centerStudents: Discover, engage, discuss, borrow literature in traditional and emerging formats. Learn to effectively use ideas and information Use information technologies to access, evaluate, and communicate information
  • 4. The Teacher-Librarian  Knowledge of the whole curriculum  Teaching of literacies for all media  Intellectual property/fair use guidance  Assuring access to information  Technology integration  Reviews and purchases material in all formats, for all users  Teaches using a variety of strategies
  • 5. Digital Citizens We need students that can Think Create Analyze Synthesize
  • 6. Outcomes Kindergarten-2nd grade  locates key words, table of Enjoys stories contents, indexes, menus and navigation tools. Knows the different sections of  Creates a product using the library information found identify the author and  Cites Sources illustrator of a work  Use a variety of genres for pleasure and personal growth Knows the difference between fiction and non-fiction  Explore resources from diverse cultures including Alaska Native populations Reads for learning and for pleasure
  • 7. Outcomes 3 rd-5th grades Identify the types of information  Create a product that presents needed findings Choose from a range of resources  Legally obtain and use information Locate and evaluate a resource needed to solve the problem  Participate and collaborate in intellectual and social networks Extract information from resources following safe and effective needed to solve problems practices Organize information to solve problems  Use a variety of digital and print formats for pleasure and personal growth.  Access libraries with assistance to seek information for personal interest
  • 8. The Ideal Full time librarian/media teacher Flexible Scheduling model Point of need library use Collaboration with all teachers Professional development for teachers Staying on the cutting edge of new technologies