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Presentation of the importance of collaboration between classroom teachers and school library media specialists.

Presentation of the importance of collaboration between classroom teachers and school library media specialists.

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  • Factoid that might make sense here: In January 2009, the Department of Education released the Second Evaluation of the Improving Literacy Through School Libraries Program, which indicated that students attending schools participating in this program are performing higher on state reading tests than students in schools that do not take part in the program. Additionally, the study stated that in schools that participated in the program in 2003-04, the percentage of students who met or exceeded the proficiency requirements on state reading assessments increased by an extra 2.7 percentage points over the increase observed among nonparticipating schools during the same time period.
  • School librarians are your instructional partners who know the school’s curriculum and the effective techniques necessary to cross disciplines and integrate information and technology literacy.  They are an integral part of a world-class, 21st century education We’re here because we believe that by assessing and accessing the best tools and resources – and, we consider educators and teachers to be our best resource for learning – and discovering new ways to utilize them is the answer to improving America’s education system and building a better future for us all.
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  • The owner of this site states that these are some of the best free internet resources for education. Although we have not been able to check each site listed, we have visited a few and would like to share some collaboration ideas with you.
  • Straight from their website: Edmodo is a micro-blogging service (like Twitter) for teachers and students 1. Bring Edmodo on your next field tripGive your students an interactive experience on your next field trip with Edmodo.  Provide each student with a mobile device, have them bring their own, or divide students into small groups, ensuring at least one cell phone is available in each group.  As students wander through the museum or landmark (i.e. wherever your field trip takes place), post scavenger hunt questions, polls, or writing prompts through the Edmodo mobile app.  Students can respond, or ask questions of their own.2. Host backchannel discussionsUse the Edmodo mobile app to host backchannel discussions with your students inside or outside the classroom.  For example, students can use the mobile app for in-class backchannel discussions during read alouds or movies. You could also host backchannel discussions outside the classroom during key events (i.e. broadcasted presidential speeches and debates) to help get students thinking about what they’re learning from the event and how it relates to what they’re learning in class.3. Provide homework supportProvide your students with extra support by making yourself available to answer homework questions after school hours.  Allow students to direct message you, or post questions to the group during specific hours.  If you have alerts setup for messages, you’ll immediately be alerted to new questions and you can respond from your mobile device.4. Check in with your class while you’re outIf you’re planning to be out of the classroom for any period of time, use the Edmodo app to keep in contact with your students.  Schedule morning check-ins with the class and have students answer questions about their learning. You can also respond to questions from students if needed.
  • Mind mapping is a great way to add structure to brainstorming sessions and visualize your ideas. This is a program that could be used with your LMS to brainstorm collaboration projects, or with your LMS to provide your students with ideas to start a research project.
  • From the site:Wordle is a toy for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide. The clouds give greater prominence to words that appear more frequently in the source text. You can tweak your clouds with different fonts, layouts, and color schemes. The images you create with Wordle are yours to use however you like. You can print them out, or save them to the Wordle gallery to share with your friends … student … instructional partners.
  • http://www.iris.edu/hq/files/programs/education_and_outreach/aotm/interactive/EQs2001-2011-C.swf
  • As the two teachers worked together, they quickly developed an idea based on student’s interests. The LMC created a pathfinder that included web sites, articles, multimedia resources and the like. The English teacher brought in the idea of comparing some of the first hand accounts on blogs of people who were helping in Haiti – a scientist, a volunteer, a minister and students compared the viewpoints. Ultimately the students chose a charitable organization and collected school supplies that were then donated to CHF. Working in teams, the students worked in teams, to write letters to CHF, create campaign materials with talking points, and letters home asking for support. This was for their persuasive writing unit.
  • According to Buzzeo’s handbook on collaboration, when we form partnerships for collaboration and integrate information literacy skills into the curriculum, as in this case, it’s clear that both teachers and library media specialists draw clear benefits. But ultimately, it’s the students who gain the most from our efforts. In this instance, the LMC was also the coordinator for Student Service Learning hours. Students who completed the tasks of researching, writing and collecting school supplies also received SSL hours, which as some might know, are required for high school graduation in Montgomery County.
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    • 1. Stacey P. FlynnTracy JeffcottMelissa McDonald
    • 2. Nationwide, research repeatedly demonstrates that studentsin schools with a well-funded , fully- staffed school library. . . Learn more Get better grades Score higher on standardized tests ~ American Assn of School Librarians (2011), Regional Advisory Committee to the US Dept. of Education.
    • 3. 1. Program administrator2. Information Specialist3. Teacher4. Instructional Partner
    • 4. • Print collection of 14,000 – 20,000 books, magazines, audio and video material• Learning classroom to include 20 – 35 desktop computers• Many have SmartBoards , some have eReaders and other mobile devices• 2-3 color printers• Communications center with TV studio and sound mixing station• Video cameras, players, tripods, projectors for staff and students use• 20-30 subscription databases with 24/7 access NOTABLES for English Language Learners:  DVDs with English subtitles or captions  TeachingBooks.net – contains audio for guided reading, lesson plans for ELL  Encyclopedia World editions online databases in English, Spanish, French, Chinese, Korean with 24/7 access  Reference sources and foreign language collection for leisure reading
    • 5.  Cooperation  The teacher and LMS work independently but come together for mutual benefit ▪ Example: The teacher asks for a collection of books for a unit of study and the LMS pulls them Coordination  The teacher and LMS plan ahead of time to work on a project together ▪ Example: The English department notifies the LMS that students will be working on a biography project during the 2nd semester and book time in the media center to work on the project Collaboration  Classroom teacher and MLS work together to co-plan, co-teach and co-assess students. ▪ The LMS and the US History teacher work together to plan a unit of study for the National History Day competition. The will co-teach lessons and assess students using rubrics they created together.
    • 6. Benefits of Collaboration “A central finding of this study is the importance of a“When library staff spends collaborative approach to information literacy. Testmore time on these activities scores rise in both elementary and middle schools as[of true collaboration], ACT library media specialists and teachers workscores increase an average of together” (Lance, Rodney, and Hamilton-Pennell, n.three to four percent over the pag.).scores for schools with lesscollaborative library staff” How School Librarians Help Kids Achieve Standards:(Lance, Rodney, and The Second Colorado Study (Executive Summary)HamiltonPennell vi). Powerful Libraries Make Powerful Learners: The Illinois Study Page(s): 112, The Collaboration Handbook by Toni Buzzeo, ABC-CLIO, Incorporated NOOKstudy (Stacey Flynn, sflynn1@umd.edu). This material is protected by copyright.
    • 7. Collaboration between Teachers & School Library Media Specialistsstrengthens core competencies by: Modeling new technologies for students & teachers
    • 8.  Incorporating safe and effective use of Internet & web resources http://youtu.be/ZokqjjIy77Y
    • 9. 1. Bring Edmodo on your next field trip2. Host backchannel discussions3. Provide homework support4. Check in with your class while you’re out
    • 10. 1. Use it for brainstorming ideas2. Visual tool for posting facts, ideas, and inspiration3. Mind mapping tool http://www.popplet.com/
    • 11. 1. Generates “ word clouds”2. Greater prominence to words that appear more frequently3. Helps students to focus on he most http://www.wordle.net/show/wrdl/4172619/Collaboration important information in the text
    • 12. Collaboration between Teachers & School Library Media Specialistsstrengthens core competencies by: Modeling new technologies for students & teachers Integrating research skills into the curriculum in unique & creative ways Photo by Stacey P. Flynn
    • 13. • Created in response to student reaction to earthquakes• LMS and 6th Grade English teacher team taught and assessed• Eventually became school wide effort Interactive Map
    • 14. Collaboration between Teachers & School Library Media Specialists strengthens learning by: Modeling new technologies for students & teachers Integrating research skills into the curriculum in unique & creative ways Incorporating safe and effective use of Internet & web resources
    • 15.  Classroom teacher and media specialist work together to identify appropriate resources for a project The project is then accessible online http://www.wix.com/annaleeschnebele/globa l-warming-pathfinder
    • 16. Noddletoolsenables studentsto organize their research online
    • 17. Each project has a space for note taking as well as a location where students keep bibliographic information.
    • 18. Collaboration between Teachers & School Library Media Specialists strengthens learning by: Modeling new technologies for students & teachers Integrating research skills into the curriculum in unique & creative ways Incorporating safe and effective use of Internet & web resources Helping students build information skills to be college and career ready!
    • 19. Benefits to Students Instruction by two or more teachers each with his or her ownteaching style to match a diversity of learning styles. Instruction in the ethical use of information in the contextof subject-area projects. Opportunities to expand critical thinking while uncovering andsharing new knowledge encountered in a variety of sources andformats. Exciting content area projects with seamless point-of-needintegration of crucial information, textual, visual, digital, andtechnological literacy skills.Increased learning and achievement.Page( 49). The Collaboration Handbook by Toni Buzzeo, ABC-CLIO, Incorporated Photo by Stacey P. Flynn
    • 20. https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dE5 ESmp5VFVIdlpjeWhoSUR6eWRTTVE6MQ
    • 21.  Tracy Jeffcott --Tracy.Jeffcott@gmail.com  Twitter: @msjeffcott Stacey P. Flynn-- stafly32@verizon.net  Twitter: @StaPyFly Melissa McDonald- melissa.lewis.mcdonald@gmail.com  Twitter: @Cre8tiveLib

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