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  • Changes drive by two major forces: Technology and all its tools and capabilities AASL common Belief Learning has a social context
  • Joyce Valenza change library From a place to get stuff to a place to make stuff!
  • .In the face of digitalization and the dominance of Google, the question
  • Build a structure where collaboration is presumed such as a Google Site that can be a part of Google Apps Education Edition; Could be a giant wiki with blogs all connected to individual learners with RSS feeds. Check out collaborative environments such as Kohive.
  • Process of collecting, analyzing and reporting data that informs us about progress and problems a learner encounters in a learning experience
  • Traditional education or progressive/world-class models?
  • Teachers are busy-they have huge responsibilities Your role in teaching is huge and can help tem with their work But how do get students for reading
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    • 1. Tulsa Public Schools …until 1996!
    • 2.  
    • 3. Game Changer! $
    • 4. Stay in the game …
    • 5. New … Physical Learning Commons
    • 6. AASL Common Belief: Learning Has a Social Context 03/07/11
    • 7. 03/07/11 Listening Lunch Graphic Novels Exchange Know your physical space is about books and way more than books. Your space is a “ libratory” , a Learning Commons . Joyce Valenza
    • 8. New Intellectual Space
      • David Loertscher
      • Push the library into the center of teaching and learning K-20 in the areas of competing directly with Google
    • 9. Client-side Means 24/7 Access … a new intellectual space
    • 10. Instructional Leader & Facilitator
      • Collaboratively building high-level learning experiences with faculty, making the learning commons a one-stop place for expert assistance.
      • Loertscher:
      • The Big Think!
      • Ban The Bird Units!
    • 11. How can librarians get back in the information game? David Loertscher
      • Push the library to the center of the curriculum!
      • Develop a 24/7/365 presence
      • Build in the library models of the very best teaching and learning.
    • 12.  
    • 13. 03/07/11
    • 14. "(CC) Some Rights Reserved by WendyPiersall".
      • Common Core
      • 21st Century Learning
      • NETS
      • District Goals
      • School Goals
      Perfect Storm! Aligned teaching ! What’s in it for them?
    • 15.
      • the ability to gather, comprehend, evaluate, synthesize, and report on information and ideas,
      • to conduct original research in order to answer questions or solve problems, and
      • to analyze and create a high volume and extensive range of print and nonprint texts in media forms old and new.
      Research and media skills blended into the Standards as a whole Students need ….
    • 16.
      • The need to conduct research and to produce and consume media is embedded into every aspect of today ’ s curriculum.
      • In like fashion, research and media skills and understandings are embedded throughout the Standards rather than treated in a separate section.
    • 17.  
    • 18. District Goals School Goals Class Goals How can the library program help?
    • 19. Evidence-Based Practice
    • 20.
      • Assessment FOR LEARNING
      • Assessment OF LEARNING
      • Assessment FOR ADVOCACY
      Why Assess? Vi Harada
    • 21.  
    • 22. Evidence-Based Practice
      • Gathering evidence in YOUR local school
      • You are able to provide convincing evidence that answers these questions:
      • “ What differences do my school library and its learning initiatives make to
      • student learning outcomes?
      • “ What are the differences, the tangible learning outcomes and learning benefits of my school library”?
    • 23. School Libraries Empowering Learning: The Evidence
      • Making concrete the links between library and learning
      • Making concrete the links between information access and provision and growth of knowledge
      • Practices that demonstrate tangible power of our contribution to school’s learning goals
      • Local, immediate evidence: local successes, local improvements
    • 24. Local Data
    • 25.  
    • 26. Our Changing Role No more Buffet model!
    • 27. The library is not just a place to get stuff, it is a place to make and share stuff. Think outside the box about the concept of “collection.” Your collection--on- and offline--includes student work. Collection might include: ebooks, audiobooks, open source software, streaming media, flash sticks, digital video cameras, laptops, and much more! You help students use bookmarking sites and RSS feeds. Joyce Valenza
    • 28. Move from the Industrial Model to a 21 st Century Model?
    • 29. Lifelong Learners Leaders
    • 30. Joyce Valenza’s “Manifesto for 21st Century School Librarians” New+Manifesto
    • 31.
        • Stay relevant to our audience or we will be ignored!
        • We must move libraries toward the “client-side”
        • David Loertscher
      What’s in it for them?
    • 32. Connecting Readers
      • Book Discussion
      • in Moodle, blogs, chats, wikis
      • Using Creative Instructional time
      • Author visits in person or via Skype
      • School-wide events
    • 33.  
    • 34.