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  • 1. Leader Meets Reflective Needs of AllPractitioner Students Media Coordinator 21st Century Pedagogical Program Expert Facilitator
  • 2. Standard 6LEADER Provide PD at school, district, state, national level. Guide teacher in the selection of instructional materials and digital tools. Assume leadership roles on school/district committees
  • 3. Physical Environment:MEETS NEEDS OF Safe and Welcoming ALL STUDENTS Physical Environment: Equal Access for All Learning Environment: Flexible with emphasis on areas for “3 Cs” Learning Environment: Emphasis on Instruction
  • 4. Lead in transition to21st Century Program digital instructional tools. Effectively use digital Facilitator tools to enhance instruction. Guide teachers in implementation of ITES. Collaborate to create CCSS/ITES focused Collection Dev. Plan
  • 5. Pedagogical Expert Create and deliver CCSS/ITES rich instruction. Collaborate with teachers to create CCSS/ITES rich instruction. Reading Expert and Advocate Use a variety of instructional strategies
  • 6. Reflective Practitioner Collect and share LMS data to improve library programs. Analyze student achievement data. Know and create your own research on library impact. Continually assess impact of library programs on student growth.
  • 7. It’s Your Turn!