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  • 1. AASL Online Learning Series:A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners Welcome!The webinar will begin momentarily. Please mute your phone lines.
  • 2. Audience SurveyPlease select school level… A. Elementary School B. Middle School C. High School D. University A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 3. Audience SurveyPlease select your position… A. School Librarian B. Educator C. Administrator D. Other A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 4. AASL Online Learning Series:A Planning Guide for Empowering LearnersUsing the Planning Guide with“School Libraries Count!”:personalized results to advocate foryour school library program Sabrina Carnesi Crittenden Middle School Newport News, Virginia 23606
  • 5. What You’ve Done So Far…• Discussed how the Assessment Rubric provides an entry point for developing goals and objectives• Covered the selection of stakeholders for collaborative planning and continued implementation• Walked through the planning process using the online module A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 6. Today’s Objectives:• Draw connections between • Planning Guide module’s data results • Personalized reports from “School Libraries Count!” survey• Discuss Sharing Information from Program Assessment with Stakeholders A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 7. Objective 1:• Drawing connections between • Planning Guide module’s data results • Personalized reports from “School Libraries Count!” survey A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 8. The Assessment Rubric• Aligned with the national guidelines presented in Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Programs A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 9. The Assessment Rubric• Aligned with the national guidelines presented in Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Programs A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 10. The Assessment Rubric• Aligned with the national guidelines presented in Empowering Learners: Guidelines for School Library Programs• Assesses the program using 16 sets of criteria• 1. Developing Visions for Learning • 9. The Learning Space• 2. Teaching for Learning • 10. Budgeting• 3. Reading • 11. Policies• 4. Multiple Literacies • 12. Collection and Information• 5. Inquiries Access• 6. Assessment for Learning • 13. Outreach• 7. Building the Learning • 14. Professional Development Environment • 15. Enpowering Learning• 8. Staffing • 16. Leadership
  • 11. Assessment Rubric
  • 12. A Closer Look: Staffing Raw Data and the Assessment RubricHours per Week meeting w/Teachers Hours per Week Delivering Instruction to Plan Instructional Units
  • 13. Teaching for Learning Sectionpages 2&3 The raw data from “School Libraries Count” as well as additional personalized data from Hines MS is used to develop a profile for the school’s library program.
  • 14. Teaching for Learning Sectionpages 2&3 The raw data shows that Hines MS spends an average of 3 hours per week planning instruction with teachers in comparison to the rest of the state’s 3.5 hours and nation’s 3.01 hours. Exemplary - Proficient - Basic
  • 15. Teaching for Learning Sectionpages 2&3 Exemplary - Proficient - Basic
  • 16. Teaching for Learning Sectionpages 2&3 Exemplary - Proficient - Basic
  • 17. A Closer Look:Library Expendituresand the Assessment Rubric Average Spend on Information Resources: print, nonprint, licensed databases, and other electronic access to information
  • 18. Building the Learning Environment:Budget-pages 10 & 11Library budgetfor Hines MSis slightlyhigher thanthe nationaland stateaverages.
  • 19. Building the Learning Environment:Budget-pages 10 & 11 The raw data shows that Hines MS spends $15,000 on information resources in comparison to the average for rest of the state at $8,000 and the nation’s $14,000. Exemplary - Proficient - Basic
  • 20. Drawing Connections with Data• Snapshot of library program as it now exists. – Bold and Clear Areas – Fuzzy Areas• Clarifying the picture – Move from what is to what should be – Identify activities or steps needed to develop picture • Brainstorm suggestions • Responsibilities carried out by various stakeholders A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 21. The Assessment Guide’s ProgramSnapshot for Hines Middle School Basic 8 Exemplary 50 Proficient 42 A PlanningProficient - Basic Exemplary - Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 22. Objective 2:Use Your Data to Advocate for Your Program! Share Your Plan with the Stakeholders in Your School Community! A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 23. “Library Advocacy” definition• The establishment of a base of grassroot supporters who are educated about your library and its needs that reach beyond the walls of the library into the local, state and national community. Ibach, Mark. "Advocavy Defined." South Central Library System. South Central Library System. Madison, WI. Web. 5 Aug. 2010. <http://www.scls.info/pr/advocacy/definition.html>. A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 24. Key to Successful Advocacy• Be polite, be prepared, and be persistent.• Educate early -- if you wait until an issue arises it may be too late to garner the necessary support.• Make it part of your culture, and work at it daily. Every staff member needs to be involved.• Ensure your library is visible in the community.• Don’t stop doing advocacy because the answer to your request is no. It often takes time to get the desired results!• Be sure to say thank you, even if you dont get the answer or support you seek. Ibach, Mark. "Advocavy Defined." South Central Library System. South Central Library System. Madison, WI. Web. 5 Aug. 2010. <http://www.scls.info/pr/advocacy/definition.html>. A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 25. How to Order Orders will be handled by Britannica Digital Learning • www.info.eb.com/aasl • Call 1-800-621-3900 For more information • www.ala.org/aasl/planningguide A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 26. AASL Online Learning Series:A Planning Guide for Empowering LearnersQuestions? Please type any questions in theChat box.Follow-up User Chat:September 22 | 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. CDT.
  • 27. Online Learning SeriesHow the assessment rubric informs your planning processSeptember 15, 2010 | 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. CDTOnline Chat Hosts: Donna Shannon, Jody HowardThe planning process and getting your school community involvedSeptember 22, 2010 | 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. CDTOnline Chat Host: Hilda WeisburgA Planning Guide for Empowering Learners tutorialSeptember 29, 2010 | 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. CDTOnline Chat Host: Rebecca Jackman Visit the AASL Web site to see a complete session listing and to register. http://tinyurl.com/planningguideresources A Planning Guide for Empowering Learners
  • 28. A Planning Guide forEmpowering Learners
  • 29. 14 Institutes offered July 2010 – April 2011 Visit the AASL website for application details and deadlines.www.ala.org/aasl/licensedinstitutes
  • 30. AASL Online Learning Series:A Planning Guide for Empowering LearnersThank you!