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Riverside High School Media Center Monthly Report November 2010
 

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    Riverside High School Media Center Monthly Report November 2010 Riverside High School Media Center Monthly Report November 2010 Document Transcript

    • Riverside High School Media Center Monthly Report 2010 Margaret Harrison, School Library Media Coordinator Kim Mayo, School Library Media Coordinator Kimberly Hirsh, School Library Media Intern
    • Riverside High School Media Center Monthly Report Program Highlights • Ms. Trudi Smith’s classes performed research on Othello using WebPath Express and databases from NC WiseOwl and the Durham County Library. • Ms. Burr’s 1st and 4th period classes met in literature circles to discuss popular fiction. • Mrs. Rathbone’s classes used print and electronic sources to research War Photography. • Mr. Rose’s classes used media center resources to research travel. • Mrs. Cordell’s Honors World History classes learned to create digital posters in Glogster. • DPS superintendent Dr. Becoats held a press conference in the media center. • The media center hosted several guest speakers for International Education Week. • Students used media center resources to research colleges, health occupations, social issues of teens both in America and internationally, and supreme court cases. • Mrs. Harrison and Dr. Mayo presented to the faculty about new books and materials. • Dr. Mayo, Mrs. Harrison, and Ms. Hirsh presented booktalks to Mrs. Barr’s Foundations of English classes. • Ms. Hirsh revamped the website and added a page for pathfinders for student research. • The media center featured displays on topics such as books with appeal for AfricanRiverside High School Media Center | 11/30/2010 American males and reads recommended by Riverside Pirate teachers and students. • The graphic novel section has a new organization and mangas are shelved according to their title. • The media coordinators collaborated with peers at UNC, Duke, and other Durham Public Schools. • Students began registering for the Akili Book Club. • The catalog now includes electronic books. 1
    • Data SnapshotsRiverside High School Media Center Statistics, November 2010Number of Class Sessions Served 327Classes Using Media Center Instructional Spaces 117Classes Using Media Center Technology Resources 210Number of Student Visitors Outside of Classes 874Other groups using Media Center Instructional Spaces 5Average Number of Class Sessions Served Per Day 18Average Number of Classes Using Instructional Spaces Per Day 7Average Number of Classes Using Technology Resources Per Day 12Average Number of Student Visitors Per Day 49Total Circulation 1085Collaborative LessonsLearning Activities/Instructional Research Pathfinder Collaborative Instructional Partner(s)War Photography and Photographers Rathbonehttp://riversidepathfinders.wikispaces.com/War+PhotographyThe Scientific Revolution and the Enlightenment Cordell Riverside High School Media Center | 11/30/2010http://riversidepathfinders.wikispaces.com/Scientific+Revolution+and+EnlightenmentColleges Lance, M. Fosterhttp://riversidepathfinders.wikispaces.com/College+%26+CareerOthello T. SmithTravel RoseHealth occupations PE TeachersSocial issues for teenagers in other countries McCoySocial issues for teenagers in the U.S. StricklandSupreme Court cases Roeber 2