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Opportunities For SLMCs and ITFs • Professional Standards which correlate with other national and state standards and guidelines • Evaluation Rubric Pilot • CCES Standards Implementation
About MediaCoordinators and CCSS“Please don’t let the absence ofthe words ‘school librarian’ inthe standards dissuade them-or you- from recognizing thelibrarians critical role inbringing these standards to lifein the library, in classrooms,and in learning”(Morris 11).
SLMCs and ITFs: CCESImplementation • SLMCs are certified teachers and librarians • ITFs are certified teachers and educational technology specialists – Collaborates, co-instructs on projects across disciplines – Instructs content area teachers on literacy skills (multiple literacies such as reading and digital) – Partners with teachers to redesign activities that are research driven and that integrate CCES Helps teachers make connections Curates primary and digital sources
SLMCs and ITFs:CCES Implementation• SLMCs and ITFs are leaders in their libraries, their classrooms, their schools, and beyond – PLCs, PLNs, SIT, CCES implementation teams, etc. – Actively participates, contributes, problem solves as a leader in the school – Provides PD for school faculty, instructional support for teachers – Guides teachers in selection of instructional materials and digital tools to effectively implement CCES – Advocates for the media and technology programs
21st Century Library Media Programs Let’s capitalize on this time of transformation!
Standard 1: SLMC and ITF• Leadership – Leader – Advocate – Collaborator – Instructor – Ethical educator
Standard 2: SLMC• Meets Needs of All Students – Engaging environment – Accommodates multiple learning styles – Adjusts for diversity – Provides open, equitable access to resources
Standard 4: ITF (corresponds toStandard 2: SLMC) • Meets Needs of All Students – Engaging environment – Facilitates collaboration – Differentiated instruction – Equitable access – Content, technology tools, resource integration
Standard 3: SLMC • Program Facilitator – 21st century media program – High quality, learner centered collection » Supporting CCES – Apply professional expertise – Resource and digital tools specialist – Research/inquiry based learning facilitator – Enable effective and ethical use of information – Integrate to meet curriculum goals (**CCES)
Standard 3: ITF • Program Facilitator • 21st century IT program • Apply professional expertise • Resource and digital tools specialist • Digital tools for inquiry based learning (**CCES) • Promote digital citizenship • Integrate to meet curriculum goals (**CCES)
Standard 4: SLMC • Pedagogy Expert – Knowledge of learners, learning, and teaching – Curriculum (**CCES) & 21st century skills – Technology & information – Teacher of teachers – Reading advocate
Standard 2: ITF (corresponds toStandard 4: SLMC)• Pedagogy Expert – 21st Century content and tools – Technology and information – Curriculum goals (**CCES) – Collaborate to integrate – Teacher of teachers
Standard 5: SLMC and ITF Reflective and adaptable – Data driven – Student achievement – Professional growth – Thrive amidst complexity
Questions to Ask Yourself• Do I know the Common Core, NC Essential, and IT Essential Standards? – If not, what can I do to gain that expertise?• Do I understand my professional standards and how I will be evaluated in the future? – If not, what will I do to gain that knowledge?• Does my principal know my professional standards and how I will be evaluated in the future? – If not, how can I familiarize him/her?
Resources to Consult • Articles – Morris, Rebecca. "Find Where You Fit in the Common Core or the Time I Forgot About Librarians and Reading." Teacher Librarian. 39.5 (June 2012): 8-12. – Gewertz, Catherine. "Common Core Thrusts Librarians Into Leadership Role." Education Week. 32.3 (September 11, 2012): 1, 18-19. Web. 25 Sep. 2012. <http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2012/09/12/03librarians_ep.h32.h tml?cmp=SOC-SHR-FB>. – Hill , Rebecca. "All Aboard!:Implementing Common Core Offers School Librarians an Opportunity to Take the Lead ." School Library Journal. (April 1. 2012): n. page. Web. 25 Sep. 2012. <http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/printissue/currentissue/89392 8-427/all_aboard_implementing_common_core.html.csp>. • Webcasts/Webinars – Cox, Tamara, Kristen Hearne, and Monique German. "Your Common Core Secret Weapon With the Librarians in the Middle." TL Virtual Cafe. Blackboard Collaborate, 01 Oct. 2012. webinar. <http://tlvirtualcafe.wikispaces.com/Common_Core>. – Arsonson, Marc, and Sue Bartle, perf. "Part I On Common Core- Getting Real." School Library Journal , 18 Oct. 2012. web. <http://www.slj.com/2012/09/webcasts/part-i-on-common-core- getting-real-marc-aronson-and-sue-bartle/>. (Part 1 of a 3 part series)
CreditsMorris, Rebecca. "Find Where You Fit in the Common Core or the Time I Forgot AboutLibrarians and Reading." Teacher Librarian. 39.5 (June 2012): 8-12.Gewertz, Catherine. "Common Core Thrusts Librarians Into Leadership Role."Education Week. 32.3 (September 11, 2012): 1, 18-19. Web. 25 Sep. 2012.<http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2012/09/12/03librarians_ep.h32.html?cmp=SOC-SHR-FB>.Hill , Rebecca. "All Aboard!:Implementing Common Core Offers School Librarians anOpportunity to Take the Lead ." School Library Journal. (April 1. 2012): n. page. Web.25 Sep. 2012. <http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/printissue/currentissue/893928-427/all_aboard_implementing_common_core.html.csp>.Instructional Technology Division, NCDPI
Reflecting/Brainstorming Activity• Using the SLMC and ITF Professional Standards, Piloted Evaluation Rubrics, CCES, and your colleagues’ expertise, complete the chart (available for you to download from wiki): – identify activities that you currently implement which correlate to your professional standards – work w/table members to brainstorm additional Accomplished/Distinguished actions you could take to meet your professional standards (I would recommend working with SLMCs and ITFs from districts other than your own. Different perspectives may be enlightening.) – determine how these activities are/can be used for CCES implementation in your media program, school, and beyond