Semester One Report

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Semester One Report

  1. 1. Rosa Parks Middle School Library Media Center 1st Semester Report 2010-2011 MCPS, Library Media Specialist An n B randorff, Library M edia Assist ant
  2. 2. Program Highlights “Thanks so much for  The RPMS media center undergoes technology modernization over all of your help the summer is now able to accommodate full-sized classes at the yesterday. You computer stations. anticipated my every need and were right  The media center space has been rear- there when I needed ranged into inviting area of chairs, tables and carpet to encourage small group discussion. you. RPMS is lucky to have you—you have  Titles from the Maryland Black-Eyed turned our media Susan State Reading Promotion have been center into an amazing purchased. Students may choose from the place!” grade 4-6 or 6-9 or High School lists.  The RPMS media center hosts the 6th ~Deb Overly grade Town Hall meetings for each quar- ter.  The RPMS media center hosts the Char- acter Education breakfasts and televised “Many thanks for the award winners on the morning announcements. yesterday’s demo of  RPMS media specialist collaborates with teachers to integrate tech- Glogster! Wow what a nology into the curriculum. 1st semester projects include Voicethread, PhotoStory, Microsoft great tool. We all Publisher and Microsoft PowerPoint. enjoyed how you  RPMS media program supports stu- presented it, too, and dent projects through the development then gave us lots of time of research guides posted on a school- and support to work on wide Wiki. See http://rpmsmedia.wikispaces.com/ it ourselves.” ~Nellie Ross  The RPMS media center hosts pro- fessional development training for paraeducators. January training consisted of Glogster. See http://rpmsmedia.wikispaces.com/Glogster for online support. “Caught Ya: For  The RPMS media center checks out its very going above and first PlayAways. See beyond to help me http://www.playaway.com/about-playaway/ for create the more details on this engaging new format of books. Voicethread project! AND working  TRAILS knowledge assessment is adminis- individually with tered to provide an easily accessible and flexible students to work with tool to identify strengths and weaknesses in the information- this new technology! seeking skills of RPMS students.  Library media specialist works with UDL tech consultant to train ~Linda Bauknecht all RPMS students in online resources providing differentiation.2
  3. 3. Data Snapshots Monthly Circulation Statistics, by Grade Level Oct-2010 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 135, 19% 460, 64% 122, 17% 717 items Nov-2010 Dec-2010 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 90, 25% 325, 164, 26% 161, 45% 52% 137, 22% 360 items 109, 30% 625 items Jan-2011 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 85, 26% 169, 51% 78, 23% 332 items3
  4. 4. Playaway Circulation by Grade Level Playaway Circulation 35 30 19 24 25 20 15 13 10 3 8 4 5 3 3 0 0 Nov Dec Jan 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 25 titles were added to the collection at the end of November, 2010. Black-Eyed Susan Program Students Participating by Grade Level 35 0 4 BES 6th graders BES 7th graders BES 8th graders % of Students Eligible to Vote Out of the Total Number of Students Participating (29) Total Students Involved Students Eligible to Vote 9, 24% 29, 76%4
  5. 5. Classroom Collaboration # of Classes by Grade 90 85 80 72 70 60 50 40 34 # of Classes 30 20 10 0 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade # Classes by Subject 90 80 80 70 62 60 50 40 27 30 # Classes 20 10 5 5 4 0 English Reading US Social Science Health History Studies5

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