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Presented at the Strong Libraries, Strong Scores Administrators Conference at the Texas Library Association 2009 conference

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  • Marla W. McGhee & Barbara A. Jansen
  • Agenda
    • Administrators matter
    • Standards and research
    • Role of library media specialist
    • Role of campus administrators
    • Summary: Promising practices
    06/08/09
  • Administrators matter Information Power copyright 2000, AASL & AECT.
    • Survey of educational administration programs
  • Standards
    • State
    • Texas Library Standards Standards and Guidelines for Texas
    • National
    • American Association of School Librarians
    06/08/09
  • Important roles of the librarian
    • Instructional partnership
      • Collaboration within content areas
      • TEKS/TAKS meaningful practice as a by-product
    • Collection development
    • Library programming for the promotion of literacy
    • Technology
    • Priorities
    06/08/09
  • TEKS ELA Research: 2009-10
    • (22) Research/Research Plan.
    • (23) Research/Gathering Sources.
    • (24) Research/Synthesizing Information.
    • (25) Research/Organizing and Presenting Ideas.
  • TEKS Reading 2009-10 (13)  Reading/inquiry/research.
  • TEKS Writing 2009-10 (20) Writing/inquiry/research.
  • TEKS Social Studies
    • Use a problem-solving process to identify a problem, gather information, list and consider options, consider advantages and disadvantages, choose and implement a solution, and evaluate the effectiveness of the solution.
  • TAKS
    • 45 objectives practiced in a meaningful context through 11 th grade if content-area curriculum is integrated with information and communications technology skills.
  • Instructional partnership 06/08/09 Deconstruct collaborative unit
  • Collection development
    • Based on a selection policy
      • Support curriculum
      • Support students’ personal needs
      • Cultural relevance
      • Promote literacy
      • Select books and audio-visual materials
      • Electronic resources
    06/08/09
  • Literacy
    • Reading, writing, visual literacies
    • Engaging programs
    • Integrating instruction
    • Developing collection of print and electronic resources
    06/08/09
  • Technology
    • Acquisition
    • Training
      • Librarian
      • Students and faculty
    • Support
    06/08/09
  • Priorities
    • Focus on priorities to increase student learning and achievement
    • Quality continuum of instructional time
    06/08/09
  • Role of Campus Administrators
    • Hiring librarian and support staff
    • Supervision and appraisal
    • Scheduling for instruction
    • Budgeting and resource allocation
    • Advocacy for the library media program
    06/08/09
  • Promising Practices
    • Collaboration between librarian and teachers
    • Main focus on information literacy process and integrated 21st century skills
    • Library scheduled by objective
    06/08/09
    • Thank you!
    • Marla McGhee, mmghee@lclark.edu
    • Barbara Jansen, bjansen@sasaustin.org
    06/08/09