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description of school library role in relation to common core standards

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    • COMMON CORELibrary Media Programs tothe ForefrontBy Andy Spinks, Supervisorfor Library Media Education
    • COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS  49 states (common)  CCGPS (core)  Go Live: August 2012
    • DESIGN GOALS  Fewer, Clearer, Higher  College & Career Readiness  Spiral Staircase
    • FEATURES THAT IMPACT US MOST
    • INTERDISCIPLINARY,INTEGRATED,INFORMATION LITERACY  More analytical reading, listening, viewing  More emphasis on evidence in writing, speaking
    • ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS  More informational texts  Less fiction
    • HISTORY, SCIENCE, & TECH  Subject-specific reading strategies  Primary/authentic sources  Subject-specific writing strategies
    • ALL SUBJECTS  More writing  More research
    • TEXT COMPLEXITY  Higher expectations  More awareness
    • NEXT-GEN ASSESSMENTS  Yes, this will be on the test!
    • WHY I’M OVER THE MOON
    • COMMON CORE (2012) IS  Information Power (1998)  AASL (2007)
    • OPPORTUNITIES FORCOLLABORATION  Helping ELA teach non-fiction  Helping others with reading & writing strategies  Helping teach advanced literacy in all subjects
    • INFORMATION RESOURCES  Need more informational texts for instruction  Need to be able to find resources by text complexity  We are already well equipped and will get even better!
    • A TREMENDOUSOPPORTUNITY!
    • MLT PREPARATIONS  Developing training for LMS’s  Evaluating CVL resources  Embedded in district committees
    • COLLABORATION ANDLEADERSHIP START NOW!
    • COMMON CORELibrary Media Programsto the Forefront