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February 2011 report

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The February 2011 report from the David C. Barrow Elementary Media Center.

The February 2011 report from the David C. Barrow Elementary Media Center.

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    • Author Laurel Snyder spoke to students in all grade levels in 3 sessions: Prek-1st, 2nd-3rd, and 4th-5th. She highlighted the many revisions that text goes through before being published and had interactive writing sessions with students.Multiple digital projects were created this month. 5th grade completed a unit called Bigger, Better, Faster: Our Changing Nation. Students created glogsters, animotos, photo stories, and power points. Many of these products included multiple products integrated within one another. One 4th grade class completed persuasive photo stories using images from creative commons and text written writer’s workshop. Another 4th grade class created Animoto book trailers for authors that they had been studying for several weeks. These students also used creative commons images in their products.Preparations were made for the upcoming Exemplary Media Center Open House being held on March 3. A major weeding project was completed which has updated our collection to an average age of 1999.A professional learning session was held for all teachers on using Literacyhead. Our school is now a lab school for this online resource.Andy Plemmons, Media SpecialistSharon Rockholt, Media ParaprofessionalWebsite: http://www.clarke.k12.ga.us/webpages/aplemmonsBlog: http://barrowmediacenter.wordpress.comBarrow Media Center -1146810-731520Program HighlightsMonthly ReportFebruary 201134861505204460Number of Media Center Patrons: 4,045 estimated. We use a tally system for individual student who visit the media center, so some students may not have written a tally mark.Check Outs: 2,860New Materials: 57 titlesFacebook: 187 fans and 146 visits (however facebook went through some changes for fan pages and not all data was sent to me.Blog Visits: 503Media Center Website: 2,730 visitsBarrow Blog Posts:January Monthly ReportBigger, Better, FasterLaurel Snyder Author VisitGLMA Blog Posts:LiteracyheadConference on Children’s LiteratureExemplary Media Center Open House-1223010-1028700Data Snapshots277749028270202876550-662940Black History: Quilts of Harriet PowersMultiple classes Prek-5thGroundhog DayAll KPower Point4th grade spectrumPhotography and PoetryAll 5th grade-collaboration w/art teacherPersuasive writing2nd grade-BrinkBigger, Better, Faster: Our Changing NationAll 5th grade-multiple research and final product sessionsBlack History Month-3 lesson seriesPrek-SpurgeonEnrichment Cluster-Stitching Stars StorytellersK-1 group of 9 students every Wednesday 9-10AMAnimoto Book TrailersSelleck-4th gradeBlack History: Ella FitzgeraldLi, Boyle, Wyatt, Spurgeon, Shealey (Prek, K, 1st, 3rd)Laurel Snyder Introduction All ClassesLaurel Snyder Author VisitAll ClassesPersuasive Photostory4th grade-Freeman & Landstrom.Collaborative Lessons-1101090-209550039357307620-659130327660Laurel Snyder Author Visit2015490777240Stitching Stars Storytellers Enrichment Cluster42659305806440-5829305752465-880110398526040836853947160-1146810-1348740Barrow Media CenterMonthly ReportFebruary 2011

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