Highly Effective School                    Library Programs                  Creating a Recipe for SuccessMonth Day Year
Outcomes Elements of the revised and rebranded program Key ingredients for success Shifts in Practice for 21 st century
Great School Library Ingredients?3
Highly Effective School   Library Programhttp://www.cde.state.co.us/cdelib/HighlyEffective/index.htm
• Use the Evaluation Rubric to assess           your program.    1.         • Select two or three areas for           impr...
Teacher-Leaders View Principal  as a Collaborative Partner
We do not ask your overall rating   I got 15 ineffectives!!
Action Plan Template
Participation More inclusive than Power Library Model Cohort for anyone to participate (pilot year) Access to HESLP wik...
Recognition
• Multimedia presentation (3 minutes)1.     • Two letters of recommendation (one has       to be from principal or direct ...
Recognition – Rigorous Process with          Higher Rewards
Key IngredientsRisk-Taking Leader        Persistent Collaborator
Key IngredientsInstructional/Digital Literacy Coach -     Innovative (Risk-Taker)Persistence and Patience needed!
“Traditional libraries were viewed as        the grocery store…”
....but, 21 st century librariesare viewed as the kitchen.” J o y c e                                    Valenza
Shift in Practice is Essential
Ensure Today’s Students Thrive   in 21 st -century Workforce
Outcomes Elements of the Revised/Rebranded Program Key Ingredients for Success Shifts in Practice for 21 st century
CONTACT INFORMATIONBecky Russell, MLIS |Certified School Librarian/21st C. Skills Specialist | Colorado Department of Educ...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in …5
×

Highlyeffectiveschoollibraryprogram

290 views
258 views

Published on

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
290
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  •    
  • Highlyeffectiveschoollibraryprogram

    1. 1. Highly Effective School Library Programs Creating a Recipe for SuccessMonth Day Year
    2. 2. Outcomes Elements of the revised and rebranded program Key ingredients for success Shifts in Practice for 21 st century
    3. 3. Great School Library Ingredients?3
    4. 4. Highly Effective School Library Programhttp://www.cde.state.co.us/cdelib/HighlyEffective/index.htm
    5. 5. • Use the Evaluation Rubric to assess your program. 1. • Select two or three areas for improvement and formulate these into goals aligned with your school’s 2. SIP. • Use these goals to fill out the Action Plan and upload on the HESLP wiki 3.5
    6. 6. Teacher-Leaders View Principal as a Collaborative Partner
    7. 7. We do not ask your overall rating I got 15 ineffectives!!
    8. 8. Action Plan Template
    9. 9. Participation More inclusive than Power Library Model Cohort for anyone to participate (pilot year) Access to HESLP wiki to view others’ action plans, see web presence ideas, view applications of those who earned recognition….
    10. 10. Recognition
    11. 11. • Multimedia presentation (3 minutes)1. • Two letters of recommendation (one has to be from principal or direct supervisor).2. • Your Action Plan3.
    12. 12. Recognition – Rigorous Process with Higher Rewards
    13. 13. Key IngredientsRisk-Taking Leader Persistent Collaborator
    14. 14. Key IngredientsInstructional/Digital Literacy Coach - Innovative (Risk-Taker)Persistence and Patience needed!
    15. 15. “Traditional libraries were viewed as the grocery store…”
    16. 16. ....but, 21 st century librariesare viewed as the kitchen.” J o y c e Valenza
    17. 17. Shift in Practice is Essential
    18. 18. Ensure Today’s Students Thrive in 21 st -century Workforce
    19. 19. Outcomes Elements of the Revised/Rebranded Program Key Ingredients for Success Shifts in Practice for 21 st century
    20. 20. CONTACT INFORMATIONBecky Russell, MLIS |Certified School Librarian/21st C. Skills Specialist | Colorado Department of Education | 303.866.6772 | russell_b@cde.state.co.us OR brussell@coloradostatelibrary.org |www.coloradostatelibrary.orgJudy Barnett| Highly Effective School Library Coordinator | Colorado Department of Education | 719.964.5352 | barnejm@comcast.net or barnett_j@cde.state.co.us | http://highlyeffectiveschoollibraryprogram.wikispaces.com/

    ×