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Presentation on effective programs and equity for the state legislative breakfast.

Presentation on effective programs and equity for the state legislative breakfast.

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  • I want to reintroduce you to George Bailey. In It’s a Wonderful Life, he learned what life would be like in Bedford Falls if he’d never been born. It turns out, the loss of George would have created a completely different, far less successful community.
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    • 1. “ George Bailey.” 1946. CBC.ca . 25 Apr. 2008. <http://www.cbc.ca/arts/images/pics/wonderful2.jpg>.
    • 2. It’s a wonderful life! Springfield Township has a strong library program
    • 3. 2.0
    • 4. But what if . . . ?
    • 5. there were no 21st Century library program?
    • 6. No traditional front door
    • 7. No alternate front door
    • 8. everywhere anytime
    • 9. Frank Capra’s It’s a Wonderful Life . Liberty Films. 1946 .
    • 10. <ul><li>The average age of books </li></ul><ul><li>in local school libraries </li></ul><ul><li>is 25 years. </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(Berks, Bucks, Beaver, and Luzerne regional survey. Follett, 2007) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>
    • 11. Edwards, Ali. “Books.” 12 June 2006. Flickr Creative Commons Pool. 28 Mar. 2008.&lt; http://www.flickr.com/photos/aliedwards/543067160/&gt;.
    • 12. Nearly 40% of all PA public schools are without a librarian and school library. (estimated 2006-07 data, there are 3,568 public schools and 2,248 school librarians)
    • 13. In Philadelphia, more than 75% of the city’s 265 public schools do not have a librarian or a library.
    • 14. &nbsp;
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    • 17. Collection BLOGS WIKIBOOKS e-books RSS feeds Streamed media databases audiobooks online survey tools major web portals books learning objects search engines
    • 18. http://www.sdst.org/shs/library/catalogs.html Databases
    • 19. http://www.sdst.org/shs/library/databasessubject.html
    • 20. &nbsp;
    • 21. &nbsp;
    • 22. POWER Library
    • 23. The public library as substitute?
    • 24. &nbsp;
    • 25. &nbsp;
    • 26. Public libraries also serve . . .
    • 27. &nbsp;
    • 28. &nbsp;
    • 29. &nbsp;
    • 30. &nbsp;
    • 31. School libraries address CURRICULUM.
    • 32. School libraries serve their learning needs.
    • 33. &nbsp;
    • 34. &nbsp;
    • 35. &nbsp;
    • 36. “ School libraries help teachers teach and children learn.” First Lady, and former school librarian, Laura Bush
    • 37. &nbsp;
    • 38. collaboratively plan, teach, and assess with classroom teachers
    • 39. teach critical information and communication skills necessary for academic and business success.
    • 40. help teachers integrate relevant information and communication technologies into lessons.
    • 41. <ul><li>lead in introducing and implementing 21st century information &amp; technology skills </li></ul>
    • 42. Some examples
    • 43. &nbsp;
    • 44. Pathfinders
    • 45. &nbsp;
    • 46. &nbsp;
    • 47. &nbsp;
    • 48. Interlibrary loan
    • 49. &nbsp;
    • 50. evaluate information bias relevance timeliness authority points of view credentials In new information formats purpose
    • 51. http://www.sdst.org/shs/library/scholarly.html
    • 52. &nbsp;
    • 53. &nbsp;
    • 54. &nbsp;
    • 55. demonstrate information ethics documentation digital citizenship Creative Commons safety respect for intellectual property academic integrity intellectual freedom
    • 56. http://copyrightfriendly.wikispaces.com/
    • 57. &nbsp;
    • 58. http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/
    • 59. &nbsp;
    • 60. &nbsp;
    • 61. Equity <ul><li>Leveling the playing field </li></ul><ul><li>Access to high quality materials </li></ul>Developing information / media fluencies Access to technology
    • 62. Using new &amp; traditional tools!
    • 63. collaborate and create traditional papers blog podcast streamed video concept map digital storytelling public service announcements student-produced digital instruction present
    • 64. Lib Library as libratory
    • 65. &nbsp;
    • 66. Gettysburg Address PowerPoint
    • 67. inquire, think critically, gain knowledge research inquire develop a thesis take a stand organize analyze synthesize question apply their learning debate
    • 68. http://researchlogtemplate.edublogs.org/home/
    • 69. &nbsp;
    • 70. &nbsp;
    • 71. <ul><li>Students can contribute to the learning culture </li></ul>
    • 72. &nbsp;
    • 73. http://springfieldvideo.edublogs.org/2007/12/13/integers-and-number-lines/
    • 74. Sharing student work
    • 75. http://globalstudies.ning.com
    • 76. Books and reading
    • 77. the best in children’s and young adult literature.
    • 78. pursue personal &amp; aesthetic growth independent reading viewing listening author visits school-wide reading initiatives poetry slams galleries of student work video book trailers collections that meet needs of all learners book fairs review blogs podcast reviews book clubs booktalks
    • 79. &nbsp;
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    • 84. School librarians are active participants in ensuring the success of the Governor’s CCF technology initiative.
    • 85. NO EXTRA FUNDING REQUIRED!
    • 86. So, aren’t computers enough?
    • 87. &nbsp;
    • 88. Students share their feelings about their library.
    • 89. &nbsp;
    • 90. School libraries are not just a nice extra.
    • 91. School libraries are a core educational service.
    • 92. All Pennsylvania students deserve an equitable education.
    • 93. Every Pennsylvania student deserves the services of an on-site licensed library media specialist.
    • 94. &nbsp;
    • 95. Where would you want your kids to go to school?
    • 96. The learners of our state need your support.
    • 97. They need your action.
    • 98. More than 18 studies, replicated in states across the country . . . Library Research Service &lt;http://lrs.org&gt;.
    • 99. show student achievement increases an average of 10%-20%
    • 100. when school library media centers are staffed with certified school librarians.
    • 101. This is the point in the movie,
    • 102. George loses hope .
    • 103. George Bailey meant a lot to those around him, to all those he touched.
    • 104. <ul><li>School library programs mean a lot to learners and teachers. </li></ul>
    • 105. <ul><li>Don’t let them die. </li></ul>
    • 106. “ Harry Travers and James Stewart.” It’s a Wonderful Life . 1946. MPTV.net &lt;http://www.netropolisusa.biz/mptv/cgi-bin/imageFolio.cgi?search=it%27s%20a%20wonderful%20life&amp;img=0&amp;cat=&amp;bool=and&gt;.
    • 107. Be Clarence!
    • 108. Tanakowho. “Dragonfly Wings.” 7 July 2007. Creative Commons Flickr Portal . 25 Apr. 2008. &lt;http://www.flickr.com/photos/28481088@N00/761546412/&gt;.

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