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  • Probably can’t spend time on all slides in Durango. One part to skip for Durango is talking tips for admin. - or just briefly show it.
  • This presentation is 2 parts: 1 st half details about changes in our program and how to participate and/or apply for H.E. Recognition 2 nd half are tips/strategies to help you incrementally improve on the rubric and just help you be better/essential at your job so that you can positively affect student achievement scores. (That is our bottom line).
  • This is our transition slide from old to new. Will explain why “Highly Effective” in the power point. This used to be the joke from my staffs about their perception of power libraries. They really didn’t get it. They thought it was more about multi-tasking well, I think.
  • Just review the “directions’ link here Look at competencies briefly after this. Can briefly show the “goals” link, if needed. Look at application link if needed, too, but don’t explain as in-depth as we have been. Explain how performance indicators inform your decision of which to circle.) Allow time here for questions
  • Show the goals page – stress it’s not about us judging but, rather, help you. Can we match a coach, a mentor, do a workshop for your district? This is what I feel like when I self-assess. And while I was an HP librarian at both schools, I wouldn’t have rated H.E. in all areas. We have set the bar high—intentionally. We’re setting the bar high for our students/teachers with the new standards—we have to doubly prove ourselves.
  • This is Robert Hammond, our commissioner, who will be at the school board meeting to recognize you! WE’LL SHOW INCENTIVES FOR PARTICIPATION AT END OF THIS PRESENTATION Next part of presentation shows you ideas of how mentors, coaches, etc. can help you, and stresses the expertise we’ve gathered from H.P. librarians.
  • Get input here. Is this possible? Right now, it’s just a program evaluation.
  • These are CDE bigwigs and key players receiving a huge grant
  • CAS is CO Academic Stan Do you know the 21 st Century Skills? C² S I²
  • How does this program show correlation to UIP/SIP (Has you create school-aligned goals)
  • Leadership is our opportunity for this scary time.
  • Look at the “Why Bother” link here
  • Go over timeline here.—CAS is Colorado Academic Standards
  • Look at 2 handouts Take a few minutes to go over the benchmarks for students—Questions? Now, let’s look at an actual standard. What 21 st c. skills do you see? Highlight, pair share, and share out.
  • What 21 st century standards do you see in this video? Now look at standards - what 21 st century skills do you identify in there?
  • Let’s take a look at the ______________ sheet. With a partner, look for and mark 21 st century skills
  • Ideas: Upload math websites to our wikis and do a 15 min. presentation at the staff meeting. Align lessons with math goals for that grade for the month (choose story like “A grain of Rice” and do math lessons—co-teach with teachers on this. What kinds of interactive things can they measure in the library for the measurement unit? Or the patterns unit?
  • Be on the lookout for CASL advocacy initiative information!
  • Think pair share – Record answers on “corkboard.me” or typewith.me What is it specifically that you are prepared to offer that would break the stereotype and add recognizable evidence of the critical role school library programs and librarians play in school improvement?

Power librariesretooled bvsd inservice Power librariesretooled bvsd inservice Presentation Transcript

  • Highly Effective School Library Programs Power Libraries Retooled!
  • Introductions
    • Becky Russell | School Library Senior Consultant | Colorado Department of Education |303.866.6772 | [email_address] |
    • www.ColoradoStateLibrary.org (Choose “For Librarians” and then “School Libraries”) 
    • Judy Barnett | Highly Effective School Library Coordinator | Colorado Department of Education | 719.964.5352 | [email_address] or [email_address] |
    • www.ColoradoStateLibrary.org/powerlib
  • Pair share
    • Tell where you are from
    • Tell what level school you are at (elementary, middle, K-8, high, or other)
    • Have one person from your group do a 30 second summary share out.
  • A Highly Effective Librarian is Powerful!
  • Three Simple Steps to Participate!
  •  
  • Highly Effective Library Programs
    • www.coloradostatelibrary.org/powerlib
    • Google “Colorado Highly Effective Libraries”
  • I got 15 ineffectives!! We do NOT want to know your overall ranking!!!
    • If you feel your program is H. E. in most areas, apply for formal recognition.
    • Evaluation Tool with Principal
      • H.E. Program Aligned with CDE Initiatives
    CDE Commissioner, Robert Hammond
  • Colorado Academic Standards (S.B. 212)
  • Educator Effectiveness Alignment (S.B. 191)
  • School Accountability (UIP/SIP) S.B. 163
  • Shift to Leadership is Essential
    • “ The traditional library is viewed as a grocery
    • Store. 21st-century libraries are viewed as the
    • kitchen.” Joyce Valenza
    • Our mission: Help you have Top Chef students!
  • CAS 21 st Century Skills: Integrate with your Curriculum
  • Information Literacy Critical Thinking CAS 21 st Century Skills
  • 21 st Century Shifts in Thinking
  • 21 st Century Skills Snapshot
  • Colorado Academic Standards
  • Sample School Goal
    • “ Improve Math Scores of identified
    • subgroups from 47 to 55 in 2010-2011
    • school year.”
  • “ School Library Hotline” Listserv
  •  
  • Answer this interview question:
    • Can you state succinctly what expertise you bring to
    • a school that would add value and produce
    • impressive results (impact school achievement) for
    • both the teaching staff and the learners?
  •  
  • Contact Information
    • Becky Russell | School Library Senior Consultant | Colorado Department of Education |303.866.6772 | [email_address] |
    • www.ColoradoStateLibrary.org (Choose “For Librarians” and then “School Libraries”) 
    • Judy Barnett | Highly Effective School Library Coordinator | Colorado Department of Education | 719.964.5352 | [email_address] or [email_address] |
    • www.ColoradoStateLibrary.org/powerlib