Common core secret weapon


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Presented at the Upstate Technology Conference, June 14, 2012, in Greenville S.C. during the Discovery Education Day for Administrators.

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  • stereotype
  • Description of what a librarian should be. If not their experience, what is preventing it?
  • Include the librarian in training (we invited ourselves then met as a group as part of district training)Show our standards, we have aligned them with common core and they are close
  • Encourage an update of books, especially nonfictionNeed quality, high interest titlesHaving a library shelves full of books is not the same thing as having books that are useful
  • Request stats on the collection, like age of collection, Show our graphics that we created for dr. fowlerEncourage weeding to get rid of ugly, out-of-date resources
  • Don’t have a memorial for fictionLibrary still needs to be a hub for recreational reading
  • How to encourage your librarian to be active to help prepare for these literacy standardsLibrarians have the literacy and tech skills to support CC with lessonsFixed schedule can support standards in classroom with collaborationFlex can collaborate even more with just in time lessons
  • Encourage your teachers to collaborate with an expert (librarian)Ensure collaboration by providing time and accountability: substitutes to cover library, request agendas and meeting notes Library collaboration is not just for ELA
  • Ask librarian to lead pd like:Nonfiction literacyTechnologyCommon core and lit, etc
  • Ask librarians across the district to work together to offer PD like noteworthy novels, lexiles, literacy standards in content areas, etc
  • Send your librarian to conferences and be in state library association with caveat that they bring back and share info
  • Common core secret weapon

    1. 1. Created by JenniferLaGarde withinspiration from“What Should anAdministratorExpect A SchoolLibrary MediaSpecialist to Be” byCarl A Harvey II:
    2. 2. Link to StandardsLink to Crosswalk of theCommon Core/AASLStandards
    3. 3. Selecting Literature for the Common Core Classroom Source: Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts & Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects, Appendix A
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    10. 10. Librarian at Palmetto Middle School Cox @coxtl on Twitter Blog: Kristen Hearne Librarian at Wren Middle @KHearne on Twitter Blog: Librarian at Powdersville Middle @bibliogerman on Twitter