1. 4 C’s + School Librarians = Common Core Success Linda Dougherty @ljdougherty Blog & Resources: lindajdougherty.comSt. Louis Suburban School Librarians Regional March 5, 2013 METC 2013 Presentation Resources http://bit.ly/VRP7Bm
3. Connect• Connect Common Core Standards with local, state, and national standards• Connect standards with information literacy skills.• Study the CCSS literally!
4. Connect• Connect AASL Cross Walk of the Common Core Standards• Use the College & Career Readiness Anchor Standards as a beginning point.
5. Connect Informational TextStudents must be able to read complexinformational texts in these fields withindependence and confidence because thevast majority of reading in college andworkforce training programs will besophisticated nonfiction."English Language Arts Standards -Anchor Standards -College and Career Readiness AnchorStandards for Reading." Common Core State Standards Initiative. Web. 12 Aug. 2012.
6. Example: School Library http://blog.scho ollibrarymedia.c om/index.php/2 013/02/06/mar k-it-up-pass-it- along-see-who- comes-School Library Monthly January 2013 issue knocking/
7. Connect from Mark It Up…..• Study where the library fits into the CCSS,• Highlight, mark-up, and explain directly on the document what standards can be taught in connection with the school library• Pass the marked-up standards along to the subject area teachers!• When teachers consult the standards, they’ll know when to come knocking on the school library door!
8. Matrix for School Librarianshttp://bit.ly/WmrzBx http://bit.ly/15cB4I9
9. Curating & Communicating Informational Text• Lexile Reading Levels• Differentiated• Content based• Informational• Nonfiction• Current Topics• Formats to include print and electronic
10. Destiny Quest• Search by Lexile levels• Search for ebooks by content and Lexile level – especially books that have simultaneous access.• Make Resource Lists
11. Destiny Quest Searches
12. Destiny Quest Ebook Search
13. Warning! Text Ahead!
14. MOREnet Resources• EbscohostLog into EBSCOhost on your library’s computer and choose a database with Lexiles, such as• Primary Search,• Middle Search Plus or• MAS Ultra.On the Basic Search screen, check Full Text, then type in a magazine name in the Publication field. Click Search. EBSCOhost will bring up all of the articles from that magazine. Each article will have a different Lexile measure.
15. Ebschost Advanced Search
16. Ebscohost Search by Source1. Advanced Search2. Change Search Field to SO Source3. Key in Magazine Title
17. Ebscohost Search by SourceLimit Search by• Source Types• Full Text• Publication Date
23. World Book Encyclopedia• Lexile levels noted on most articles• Great way to “front load” information for units in any curriculum area• Embedded video and audio clips• Primary sources• Vocabulary help and quizzes• Quick video tutorials for teachers
24. World Book Discover
25. Reading Level Search
26. Communicating & Curating Common Core Resources• LiveBinders• Scoop.it• Symballo• Dropbox• Evernote• Storify• Pinterest
28. Click this Dropbox link to sign up!http://db.tt/hxGfsor
29. Collaborating• Click over lesson plans on Pinterest
30. Smore Newsletters NHS Library Example
31. http://www.islma.org/ISAICollaborating L.htm
32. ISAIL Example
33. School Librarians Supporting Common Core
34. Works CitedMoreillon, Judy. "School Library Monthly - A Matrix for School Librarians: Aligning Standards, Inquiry, Reading, and Instruction." School Library Monthly - A Matrix for School Librarians: Aligning Standards, Inquiry, Reading, and Instruction. N.p., Jan. 2013. Web. 13 Feb. 2013. <http://www.schoollibrarymonthly.com/articles/Morei llon2013-v29n4p29.html>.Morris, Rebecca. "School Library Monthly Blog: Mark It Up, Pass It Along, & See Who Comes Knocking." School Library Monthly Blog. N.p., 6 Feb. 2013. Web. 13 Feb. 2013. <http://blog.schoollibrarymedia.com/index.php/2013/ 02/06/mark-it-up-pass-it-along-see-who-comes-knocking/>.