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Collaboration feud
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  • 1. Collaboration Collaboration Family Feud Professional Development Fwth the Library Media Specialist and classroom teachers.
  • 2.
    • “ Recent research has proven that school media centers play critical roles in improving classroom achievement.” –Page 25
    • “ The media center provides a setting where students can develop information skills- locating, evaluating, organizing, using and creating information
    Justification…
  • 3.
    • What does it mean to collaborate as a library-media specialist?
    • To work with teachers in order to incorporate the library-media center into curricular objectives.
    • How is collaboration carried out in schools?
    • It Depends!
    Definition:
  • 4.
    • Orientation sessions
    • Maintenance of machines (laminator, copying machines, …)
    • Access to online data-bases
    • Printing internet resources
    • Assistance with research projects
    • Reading and viewing guidance
    • Booktalks
    • Bibliographies
    • Style sheets
    • Bookmarking
    • Resources for students with special needs
    • Professional development
    General Services:
  • 5.
    • In a fixed elementary schedule, the LMS can use the “teach, model and practice” method in assessing student learning.
    • Within a flexible or mixed schedule, the LMS can work with the teacher by giving evaluative feedback
    • There are various ways for teachers and LMS to evaluate the effectiveness of their programs such as questionnaires and surveys
    • According to recent studies, more data is necessary to demonstrate the increased levels of student achievement
    Assessment
  • 6.  
  • 7.  
  • 8. Collaboration Family Feud Round 1
  • 9. Name someone who benefits from collaboration between library media specialists and teachers? Move to next round 1 2 3 4
  • 10. Teachers 45 Points
  • 11. Library Media Specialists 40 Points
  • 12. Administrators 35 Points
  • 13. Students 30 Points
  • 14. Collaboration Family Feud Round 2
  • 15. Name some varying factors that affect collaboration Move to the next round 1 5 2 6 3 4
  • 16. Employment Contract 180 Points
  • 17. Number of professional media specialists 160 Points
  • 18. Presence of clerical or paraprofessional assistants 140 Points
  • 19. Student body enrollment 100 Points
  • 20. Grade levels included in the school 80 Points
  • 21. Media center facilities 60 Points
  • 22. Collaboration Family Feud Round 3
  • 23. Name something that can be a roadblock to collaboration Move to next round 1 4 2 5 3 6
  • 24. Lack of Time in Teachers’ Days 120 Points
  • 25. Fixed Schedules in Elementary Schools 100 Points
  • 26. Both Flexible and Mixed Schedules in Middle Schools and High Schools 80 Points
  • 27. Lack of Administrative Support 60 Points
  • 28. Lack of Common Planning Time for Teachers and LMS 50 Points
  • 29. Some people don’t want to collaborate 30 Points
  • 30. Collaboration Family Feud Round 4
  • 31. Name some solutions for collaboration. Move to next round 1 5 2 6 3 4
  • 32. Online Calendars 140 Points
  • 33. Communication 120 Points
  • 34. Sharing Resources 100 Points
  • 35. Professional Development 80 Points
  • 36. Persistence and Commitment 40 Points
  • 37. Creative Incentives 30 Points
  • 38. Collaboration Family Feud Round 5
  • 39. Name some performance assessments resulting from collaboration with the LMS. Move to end 1 2 3
  • 40. Research Papers 120 Points
  • 41. Informative PowerPoint presentations 100 Points
  • 42. Webquests 80 Points
  • 43. Thank You for Playing! Back to beginning

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