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  • Moral is low, teacher-librarians are frustrated, have to find a way to recognize their efforts. -- I’d like to do this in September  June juxtapose the response….
  • Set these post-its away until later….
  • To assess what “focus” of a conversation can be….try this exercise. Where the items correlate, that is what you should speak to… Value often is: what? Reading, research, resources, achievement, books, safe haven,
  • NYS = Danielson,
  • Recommendation -- Use Excel when gathering “items” – because it can easily be “re-configured” afterwards We grouped by Danielson domains and then had to regroup by state standards and had to transfer this to Excel. It gives you a vehicle to manipulate the data easily and by multiple filters, if necessary.
  • Exemplary librarians are usually not exemplary in every area Only 10% are to be Highly Effective – according to NYS.
  • We after a while…. We got giddy envisioning… “L” NYSED “make more of a distinction between Effective and Highly Effective” - Only 10% = H in the HEDI scale

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  • 1. Paige JaegerCoordinator for School LibrariesWSWHE BOCES - NYSJune 2013InfoLit4U @ TwitterLibrarydoor.blogspot.com
  • 2. WATCH OUT…
  • 3. GOAL – SMILE• Survey, state needssimplistically• Measure• Identify areas for improvement• Lead change• Encourage
  • 4. DISCUSSION:ON YOUR POST-IT NOTES…WRITE:• Two things you did well as alibrarian• Two things teachers value• Two things administrators value
  • 5. WHAT DO YOU VALUE?
  • 6. IMPORTANCE OF VALUE:• We initially prepared what we valued…• The State holds the trump card…• What is that trump card?• How will this be measured?• How does the state want to quantify?• Quantity vs. Qualitative measures
  • 7. WHAT ARE YOUR STATE STANDARDS BASED UPON?• Danielson?• Marzano?• Texas-styleMandates?
  • 8. EXAMPLE:http://www.engageny.org/sites/default/files/resource/attachments/teachingstandards9122011.pdf
  • 9. COMMON CORE JUSTIFICATION?ReadingResearchInquiryRigorReality –RealEstate
  • 10. CONTENT:Brainstorm• Measurable?• Evidencearchive?Group• By TXstandards?• By function?• BystakeholdersPerformanceIndicators?• How willthese bemeasured?
  • 11. TOTALITY?Rubric?PortfolioArchive?Goals?Hybrid?Does thishave to“total?”
  • 12. CONTENT IDENTIFICATIONWhat are the invisiblethings librarians dothat you want to getcredit for?What doesAdministration value,and how do librarianssupport that?What do teachersvalue and how dolibrarians supportthat?What do librariansvalue that peopledon’t recognize?Brainstorm
  • 13. JUSTIFY THE SUBMISSION:• To recognize unique role oflibrarians• To raise the bar on performance• To start a dialog of support• To measure the impact oninstruction• Other “currently approved”instruments do not fit tasks andcertification of School Librarians
  • 14. PROGRAM REVIEW APPROVED NYSED 2009
  • 15. SLMPE - PROGRAM REVIEW
  • 16. ASSESSMENT – ANYONE HAVE A POST-IT NOTE?
  • 17. WHERE ON THIS RUBRIC IS YOUR “PROUD OF” ?http://usny.nysed.gov/rttt/teachers-leaders/practicerubrics/Docs/nyla-rubric.pdf
  • 18. “1’S” USUALLY DON’T KNOW THEY’RE “1’S”
  • 19. NYSED REGULATIONS WERE EMBEDDED
  • 20. STAFFING:
  • 21. INSTRUCTION:
  • 22. BRAINSTORMWHAT TO INCLUDEGROUP INCLUSIONSPERFORMANCE INDICATORS FORINCLUSIONS
  • 23. DIVIDE AND CONQUERNEEDSProgramPersonAPPRCertification
  • 24. EVALUATION:• AVOID SUBJECTIVE OPPORTUNITIES• KEEP ANYTHING POSSIBLE MEASURABLE• LIBRARIANS DEFINE THE PERFORMANCE OBJECTIVES, BECAUSEADMIN OFTEN DOESN’T HAVE A CLUE• KEEP THE BAR HIGH• ALIGN WITH AASL AND ISTE WHENEVER POSSIBLE• PROVIDE TOOLS• LOOK AT OTHER STATES
  • 25. W O R K T O G E T H E RT O D A Y  V I R T U A L L YWiki spaces withpages• Content• Evaluation• Performanceindicators• Etc.R E M E M B E R T O …• Get stakeholderfeedback• Review with a unionrepresentative• Review with a stateeducation resourceto see whether youare on the correcttrackGood Luck!Questions?