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    TLA Collaboration TLA Collaboration Presentation Transcript

    • Making a Case for Collaboration What it is, why it matters, and how to do it
    • What is collaboration?
      • Instructional Collaboration
      • Teachers and library media specialists working together to plan, teach, and assess curriculum standards.
      • Administrative Collaboration
      • Administrators and library media specialists coordinating and cooperating for improved student learning.
    • The Charm and Challenge of Collaboration
      • Benefits
        • Combines areas of expertise and talent
        • Combats isolation
        • Prevents overextension
        • Creates synergy
        • (combined effect greater than
        • the sum of separate effects)
    • The Charm and Challenge of Collaboration
      • Obstacles
        • Specialized roles
        • School infrastructure
        • Time/schedule
        • Perception/fear
        • Good working relationships require conscious care
    • Areas of Administrative Collaboration
      • Scheduling/Usage
      • Budgeting
      • Advocacy
    • Levels of Instructional Collaboration No interaction Full collaboration Partial collaboration Some interaction Beginning collaboration
    • Levels of Instructional Collaboration Full collaboration Partial collaboration Beginning collaboration No interaction Some interaction
    • Achieving Instructional Collaboration
      • What does full collaboration look like?
      • Practical Example: Barbara Jansen, Library Media Specialist, St. Andrew’s HS, Austin
      • Using a Collaborative Planning Organizer to accomplish this work