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  • 1. Welcome Goals: •Recognize opportunities presented by CCES, Professional Standards, and Evaluation Rubric •Identify the 5 professional standard areas •Reflect on and brainstorm about your practice Introductions
  • 2. Opportunities For SLMCs And ITFs
  • 3. Opportunities For SLMCs and ITFs • Professional Standards which correlate with other national and state standards and guidelines • Evaluation Rubric Pilot • CCES Standards Implementation
  • 4. About MediaCoordinators and CCSS •SLMCs are certified •SLMCs are certified teachers and librarians teachers and librarians“Please don’t let the absence of ••ITFsare certified teachers ITFs are certified teachersthe words ‘school librarian’ in and educational technology and educational technologythe standards dissuade them specialists specialists-or you- from recognizing thelibrarians critical role inbringing these standards to lifein the library, in classrooms,and in learning”(Morris 11).
  • 5. SLMCs and ITFs: CCESImplementation – Collaborates, co-instructs on projects across disciplines – Instructs content area teachers on literacy skills (multiple literacies such as reading and digital) – Partners with teachers to redesign •• Library of Congress Library of Congress activities that are research driven •• National Archives National Archives and that integrate CCES •• Learn NC Learn NC  Helps teachers make connections  Curates primary and digital sources
  • 6. SLMCs and ITFs:CCES Implementation• SLMCs and ITFs are leaders in their libraries, their classrooms, their schools, and beyond – PLCs, PLNs, SIT, CCES implementation teams, etc. – Actively participates, contributes, problem solves as a leader in the school – Provides PD for school faculty, instructional support for teachers – Guides teachers in selection of instructional materials and digital tools to effectively implement CCES – Advocates for the media and technology programs
  • 7. 21st Century Library Media Programs Let’s capitalize on this time of transformation!
  • 8. Professional Standards SLMCs ITFs
  • 9. Standard 1: SLMC and ITF
  • 10. Standard 2: SLMC Meets the Needs of All Students •Engaging environment •Accommodates multiple learning styles •Adjusts for diversity •Provides open, equitable access to resources IMG SRC: http://flic.kr/p/6f79Aa
  • 11. Standard 4: ITF (corresponds toStandard 2: SLMC) • Meets the Needs of All Students – Engaging environment – Facilitates collaboration – Differentiated instruction – Equitable access – Content, technology tools, resource integration
  • 12. Standard 3: SLMC
  • 13. Standard 3: ITF • Program Facilitator • 21st century IT program • Apply professional expertise • Resource and digital tools specialist • Digital tools for inquiry based learning (**CCES) • Promote digital citizenship • Integrate to meet curriculum goals (**CCES)
  • 14. Standard 4: SLMC • Pedagogy Expert – Knowledge of learners, learning, and teaching – Curriculum (**CCES) & 21st century skills – Technology & information – Teacher of teachers – Reading CC recognizes CC recognizes literacy as the advocate literacy as the foundation for foundation for learning learning
  • 15. Standard 2: ITF (corresponds toStandard 4: SLMC)• Pedagogy Expert – 21st Century content and tools – Technology and information – Curriculum goals (**CCES) – Collaborate to integrate – Teacher of teachers
  • 16. Standard 5: SLMC and ITF Reflective and adaptable – Data driven – Student achievement – Professional growth – Thrive amidst complexity
  • 17. Thrive Amidst Complexity teacher teacher we r web r aiirr ee e cch a iitttte bma thh mast te mm er hm ra a ste r cco m ppi ne er e o ists t elar rn gl e a on g elelon liflifteaam b il tem buude ilder r techni an technicician r toor ci a t aacliiltita ff club sponsor club sponsor d er r leeade la read reain dig g n pro prom mo te otr r e tor r raato oo r cc l llbb oolaa volo v uu mm coo lnteer r c rd nt e oridi nato an n tech wiz a natr tech wiz or er r ag g a r trnne t erer pa a p
  • 18. Questions to Ask Yourself• Do I use CCES to inform my practice?• Do I know my nonfiction collection as well as I know my fiction collection?• Do I understand my professional standards and how I will be evaluated in the future?• Does my principal know my professional standards and how I will be evaluated in the future?
  • 19. Resources to Consult • Articles – Morris, Rebecca. "Find Where You Fit in the Common Core or the Time I Forgot About Librarians and Reading." Teacher Librarian. 39.5 (June 2012): 8-12. – Gewertz, Catherine. "Common Core Thrusts Librarians Into Leadership Role." Education Week. 32.3 (September 11, 2012): 1, 18-19. Web. 25 Sep. 2012. <http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2012/09/12/03librarians_ep.h32.h tml?cmp=SOC-SHR-FB>. – Hill , Rebecca. "All Aboard!:Implementing Common Core Offers School Librarians an Opportunity to Take the Lead ." School Library Journal. (April 1. 2012): n. page. Web. 25 Sep. 2012. <http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/printissue/currentissue/89392 8-427/all_aboard_implementing_common_core.html.csp>. • Webcasts/Webinars – Cox, Tamara, Kristen Hearne, and Monique German. "Your Common Core Secret Weapon With the Librarians in the Middle." TL Virtual Cafe. Blackboard Collaborate, 01 Oct. 2012. webinar. <http://tlvirtualcafe.wikispaces.com/Common_Core>. – Arsonson, Marc, and Sue Bartle, perf. "Part I On Common Core- Getting Real." School Library Journal , 18 Oct. 2012. web. <http://www.slj.com/2012/09/webcasts/part-i-on-common-core- getting-real-marc-aronson-and-sue-bartle/>. (Part 1 of a 3 part series)
  • 20. Credits– Arsonson, Marc, and Sue Bartle, perf. "Part I On Common Core-Getting Real." School Library Journal , 18 Oct. 2012. web. <http://www.slj.com/2012/09/webcasts/part-i-on-common-core-getting-real-marc- aronson-and-sue-bartle/>. (Part 1 of a 3 part series)– Gewertz, Catherine. "Common Core Thrusts Librarians Into Leadership Role." Education Week. 32.3 (September 11, 2012): 1, 18-19. Web. 25 Sep. 2012. <http://www.edweek.org/ew/articles/2012/09/12/03librarians_ep.h32.html? cmp=SOC-SHR-FB>.– Hill , Rebecca. "All Aboard!:Implementing Common Core Offers School Librarians an Opportunity to Take the Lead ." School Library Journal. (April 1. 2012): n. page. Web. 25 Sep. 2012. <http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/slj/printissue/currentissue/893928- 427/all_aboard_implementing_common_core.html.csp>.– Instructional Technology Division, NCDPI– Morris, Rebecca. "Find Where You Fit in the Common Core or the Time I Forgot About Librarians and Reading." Teacher Librarian. 39.5 (June 2012): 8-12.
  • 21. Reflecting/Brainstorming Activity• Using the SLMC and ITF Professional Standards, Piloted Evaluation Rubrics, CCES, and your colleagues’ expertise, complete the chart (available for you to download from wiki): – identify activities that you currently implement which correlate to your professional standards – work w/table members to brainstorm additional Accomplished/Distinguished actions you could take to meet your professional standards (I would recommend working with SLMCs and ITFs from districts other than your own. Different perspectives may be enlightening.) – determine how these activities are/can be used for CCES implementation in your media program, school, and beyond
  • 22. Get Started!If you need to move to another table, feel free!