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  • What we want students to achieve.What we want students to know and be able to do based on content of subject.
  • What does this mean to our practice? Collection development, instruction
  • Standards to practice 3 13_13

    1. 1. What is a standard?
    2. 2. National Standards
    3. 3. AASL Standards
    4. 4. ISTE NETS-S
    5. 5. Doug JohnsonStandards Comparison
    6. 6. Common Core State Standards
    7. 7. Endorphins for the Brain
    8. 8. AASL CCSS Crosswalk
    9. 9. School Librarians and theCommon Core Standards: Resources
    10. 10. Achieve the Core
    11. 11. PARCC
    12. 12. State Standards
    13. 13. Matrix
    14. 14. MD SLM PreK-8
    15. 15. MD SLM 9-12
    16. 16. MD Technology Literacy
    17. 17. MD Common CoreCurriculum Frameworks
    18. 18. Maryland Common Core State Curriculum Framework Writing Grades K - 2
    19. 19. MD CCSC Framework SLM Standards
    20. 20. How do standards become a curriculum?
    21. 21. Information Literacy & the Writing Process“To be ready for college, workforce training, and life in atechnological society, students need the ability togather, comprehend, evaluate, synthesize, and report oninformation and ideas, to conduct original research in orderto answer questions or solve problems, and to analyze andcreate a high volume and extensive range of print andnonprint texts in media forms old and new. The need toconduct research and to produce and consume media isembedded into every aspect of today’s curriculum. In likefashion, research and media skills and understandings areembedded throughout the Standards rather than treated in aseparate section.” - Common Core State Standards Initiative
    22. 22. Information Literacy & the Writing Process“… use technology and digital media strategically andcapably. Students employ technology thoughtfully toenhance their reading, writing, speaking, listening, andlanguage use. They tailor their searches online to acquireuseful information efficiently, and they integrate what theylearn using technology with what they learn offline. Theyare familiar with the strengths and limitations of varioustechnological tools and mediums and can select and usethose best suited to their communication goals.” - Common Core State Standards Initiative
    23. 23. Information Literacy and the Writing Process“Research—both short, focused projects (suchas those commonly required in the workplace)and longer term in depth research —isemphasized throughout the standards but mostprominently in the writing strand since a writtenanalysis and presentation of findings is so oftencritical.”(CCSS:Key Points In English LanguageArts)
    24. 24. Information Literacy and the Writing ProcessSkills and strategies needed for inquiry Are blended into the writing processtaught through Information Literacy… • Define Inquiry problem, topic, or issue Publishing Prewriting • Ask questions • Locate and evaluate resources • Analyze and organize Editing Drafting information • Produce and present Revising learning
    25. 25. Mapping the Standards
    26. 26. Why
    27. 27. What
    28. 28. What
    29. 29. Why What How
    30. 30. Planning the How
    31. 31. Planning the How
    32. 32. How
    33. 33. How
    34. 34. International Reading AssociationLITERACY IMPLEMENTATION GUIDANCE FOR THE ELA CommonCore State Standards
    35. 35. Pathways to the Common Core
    36. 36. Skillfull Teacher