Objectives Participants will explore critical  connections between the library and  the CSCOPE/Springboard curriculum  sy...
Four Square TangoDigital       LiteracyMedia LiteracyInformation LiteracyTechnology Literacy
Four Square Tango             Pair/Share What are some examples of  ways you have demonstrated  this strength to your sch...
Submit a code online to http://PollEv.com         or text a code to 37606 Which literacy is most critical to       teachin...
Four Types of Literacy      State Education Technology Directors Association 2007   Adapted from ―Media Literacy - Definit...
Why should we care? Collaboration Align library standards with  curriculum Common Language Collection development Adv...
CSCOPE Components
College and Readiness Standards   The U.S. Department of Labor estimates    that 90 percent of 21st-century skilled    wo...
Higher -order critical thinking skillsProblem-solving skillsDeeper conceptual understandingExpanded academic vocabular...
The purpose of the ELPSis to help makeacademic contentaccessible to ELLs bysystematically breakingdown the languagebarrier.
CSCOPE Components Vertical Alignment Document (VAD) Year at a Glance (YAG) Performance Indicators Assessments (Unit As...
Non-negotiables         …it’s the districts responsibility toWhat    provide clear guidelines to         teachers regardi...
What role do you play inassessment?              3….2…1Break Time!
AASL Standards—What Are the Keywords?
What does it mean to be         3….2…1literate in the 21st Century?           smart
3 Synonymous Terms2 Well-Known People1 Symbol                3….2…1
CSCOPE Components   Instructional Focus Document (IFD) http://www.mycscope.us/ Grade 5 <Social Studies <Unit 1 Vertica...
BreakTime
Collaboration with Library       Colleagues   Two heads are better than oneReasons to stay one step ahead…  Last minute ...
Eric Jensen: Stuck/ChangeTopic: Collaboration with Colleagues              Public Domain
Planning Grid:          Where do I Fit?Subject          Online ResourcesBooks            Other Ideas,                 Acti...
Subject:      OnlineExample:   4th Grade     Resources:           Context Clues Brain Pop                         Discover...
Consider Electronic resources Globes, maps, atlases Graphics Speeches Periodicals
Consider Boolean  Searching Book Trailers Online dictionary Podcasts
The Story SpineThe Story Spine, originally created by playwright Kenn Adams.    The Platform   • Once Upon a Time…IISD a...
Bibliography The College Board. College Board,  SpringBoard, inspiring minds, and the  acorn logo are registered  tradema...
Bibliography  Toni Buzzeos Collaborating to Meet Standards Joyce Valenza What Do Teacher Librarians Do SETDA: Definitio...
One Step Ahead
One Step Ahead
One Step Ahead
One Step Ahead
One Step Ahead
One Step Ahead
One Step Ahead
One Step Ahead
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

One Step Ahead

264

Published on

Training for IISD librarians. Renee Newry and Jaime Parker

Published in: Education
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
264
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
0
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • R-Introduction Renee and Jaime- introduce by level-PK/ES/MS/HS cluster-Mac/Irving/NimitzYears of Experience 5 yrs./10/15/20/20+
  • R-Read objectives – (We will take breaks throughout the session. Feel free to take care of your needs as necessary. Now that we know a little more about each other- let’s see which category you belong in when it comes to being a Literacy Specialist. Looking at the four types of literacy- which one best describes you. This is without definition- just the term- which one best fits your strengths as a librarian? Next Slide
  • J-Are you stronger in Digital, Media, Information, or Technology Literacy? Go to the corner that best describes you. When you get there read the definition, feel free to change groups if after you read the definition, you want to change your selection. You have 3 minutes. Once the dust settles, discuss. What are some examples of ways you have demonstrated this strength to your school community? (EXP. You have mastered the art of Trash/Treasure lessons in a research lesson. Or you hosted an effective online book club or learning experience. (digital literacy) TAKE YOUR CELL PHONE WITH YOU- TEXT MESSAGE RATES APPLY!On your way back to your seat, vote using your phone or computer. Be careful walking and texting I know you never do that….POLLS EVERYWHERE- Which literacy do you think is most important?
  • J-Look around the room…look for people in your cluster (areas of expertise)
  • R-Are you stronger in Digital, Media, Information, or Technology Literacy? Go to the corner that best describes you. When you get there read the definition, feel free to change groups if after you read the definition, you want to change your selection. You have 3 minutes. Once the dust settles, discuss. What are some examples of ways you have demonstrated this strength to your school community? (EXP. You have mastered the art of Trash/Treasure lessons in a research lesson. Or you hosted an effective online book club or learning experience. (digital literacy) TAKE YOUR CELL PHONE WITH YOU- TEXT MESSAGE RATES APPLY! POLLS EVERYWHERE- Which literacy do you think is most important. D/M/I/T ALL of the Above
  • R-Click link to show video. Show definition. State Education Technology Directors Association- they support edu. tech leaders in all 50 states. Students learning to read, write, and think. Transliteracy is not a new buzzword, it just gives us a method in which to group the literacy and focus on the main thing. “Students being able to learn, relearn, and unlearn!” (Bobbi Neman) Librarian by Day
  • J-Click Why should we care link.
  • J-CollaborationAlign library standards with curriculum (Library lessons connected to classroom)Common Language (a common language, structure and process for curriculum)Collection development (savestime and money because of the specificity of the standards) {you are not shooting in the dark on finding specific resources} Advocacy (Increased usage of library materials and online resources)Keeps the library relevant (Tier 1 instructional level (all users will rely on the library for resources )
  • R-ComponentsAlso included…English Language Proficiency Standards ELPSCollege and Readiness Standards CCRS (In both Cscope and Springboard)
  • Only if needed – this is a hidden slide.
  • R-Springboard uses a backwards design curriculum. Teachers will need to: o Unpack embedded assessments o Teach the activities as provided by Springboard o Follow the sequence of the activities which are essential and provide for the scaffolding of instruction o Require students to use the student edition booklet as a year long portfolio of their reading, thinking and writing related to the Springboard instruction
  • R-ComponentsAlso included…English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS)The purpose of the ELPS is to help make academic content accessible to ELLs by systematically breaking down the language barrier. College and Readiness Standards CCRSThe U.S. Department of Labor estimates that 90 percent of 21st-century skilled workforce jobs will require some form of post-secondary education. If America is to remain competitive in tomorrow&apos;s global workforce, our students must first be able to successfully complete the first year of college without the need for remedial or developmental education.
  • Hidden Slide- if needed
  • R-Expanded academic vocabulary Media literacy (change slide) Strong process skills
  • R-Again we see the College Readiness Standards – helping students prepare for the work force. Moving on to Cscope,which all levels are using except in a few instances… GT/ELAR MS and HS campuses.Let’s look closely at the Cscope components- we are going to mainly focus on Social Studies and Science areas today.
  • R How to get to VAD…..3-5 minutesSCOPE What we teach To what level Ensure equity No gaps for students Content level accuracy Assess gaps in students’ knowledge and plan intervention YAG 3-5 minutesSEQUENCE Order of introduction Suggested days Open days for additional support/practice Move units based on resources/historical units Paired with TEKS Verification Matrix to ensure TEKS are taught before assessment Performance Indicators Performance Indicators Evidence of student attainment of, and/or progression toward an identified standard(s). Unit tests A test that assesses the specified student expectations as noted on the Instructional Focus Document
  • R-The non-negotiables of CSCOPE are the Year at a Glance (YAG), Vertical Alignment Document (VAD), and Instructional Focus Document (IFD). Though Assessment may be negotiable with data, the Performance Indicators are non-negotiable. Robert Marzano and others consistently agree that instruction based a systemic approach to curriculum impacts student achievement. Marzano states that it’s the districts responsibility to provide clear guidelines to teachers regarding the content to be addressed in specific courses at specific grade levels. In turn, the teacher continues to hold the responsibility of lesson design and instructional delivery as guided by the curriculum.Assessment Activity – Materials- index cards or post its. 321 Activity: 3-renee2-librarians1-share out
  • R-Take 30 seconds to brainstorm independently ideas on post it notes or index cards20 seconds-share out with a neighbor10 seconds to share what most important way to help with assessment 1-2 ideas…Pass out What AASL and WhatTL’s do?
  • J-Look at AASL Standards (Summarize this statement) (Add link to Today’s Meet)Standards for the 21st-Century Learner in Action (2009) states that the new standards &quot;take a fresh approach and a broad perspective on student learning standards… by focusing on the learning process&quot; (p. 5), which is what inquiry is really all about… process. It is a focus that requires higher level thinking, exploration, and problem solving. With this in mind, it is appropriate that the words that emerge from the Wordle results are &quot;learning,&quot; &quot;information,&quot; and &quot;skills.&quot; Although isolated skills can not be the main focus for information literacy instruction, they remain important as the building blocks for successful inquiry. The next set of words in the Wordle that draw attention are “&quot;use,&quot; &quot;students,&quot; &quot;knowledge,&quot; &quot;technology,&quot; and &quot;resources.&quot; The standards are student-centered. Knowledge is what students hopefully will gain through the use of technology and resources. These, too, seem like appropriate keywords. In the end, the combination of these keywords—learning, information, skills, use, students, knowledge, and technology—all add up to inquiry.http://www.schoollibrarymonthly.com/editorial/editorial_v26n3.htmlActivity- Materials – Have Sheet of Paper and MarkersTake 3 minutes to refresh your memory on the AASL Standards and discuss some keywords that stick out to you with a partner. Jigsaw-pick a term to describe 21st century learners; half-sheets of paper321-3 terms, 2 well known people to represent that term, 1 symbol to represent
  • J-What do teacher librarians do? Joyce Valenza
  • R-Materials: Index Cards Sentence StemTake a few minutes to look over the AASL Standards at your table. Jigsaw-pick a term to describe 21st century learners; half-sheets of paper321-3 terms, 2 well known people to represent that term, 1 symbol to representWhat do teacher librarians do? Joyce Valenza
  • R-IFDInstructional Focus Documents logically group the specified standards into coherent units of instruction. These documents include a rationale to explain why the standards are bundled together, misconceptions, performance indicators, academic vocabulary, concepts, and key understandings Teachers use the Instructional Focus Documents to: Determine exactly what is to be taught in each unit with specificity and appropriate level of rigor. Maintain focus on standards, concepts, key understandings, and performance indicators BEFORE planning instruction Make connections to state and district resources Looking through the lens of a librarian, in your group pull out some TEKS- where do they line up according to Joyce and Gwyneth’s idea of what TL’s Do? Where do you see opportunities to teach these skills and standards?
  • J
  • J-BREAK
  • Renee and Jaime’s StoryR/J
  • R-Stuck/Change (Eric Jensen Training) The stuck person is the negative one- the change person tries to convince the other to change. Reverse roles. Topic Collaboration with Colleagues
  • J-Everyone benefits from Collaboration- Communication with your campus administrators about collaboration may be necessary to obtain a high level of collaboration. Working out the details of coverage etc is something that we have to work through together.
  • R-Let’s Collaborate!!! Divide into groupsElem/MS/HS pair up (no more than 3 in a group)
  • Don’t forget to consider- next two slides
  • J
  • J
  • Questions and Answers
  • Introduction Renee and Jaime- introduce by level-PK/ES/MS/HS cluster-Mac/Irving/NimitzYears of Experience 5 yrs./10/15/20/20+
  • One Step Ahead

    1. 1. Objectives Participants will explore critical connections between the library and the CSCOPE/Springboard curriculum system. Participants will learn ways to promote the integration of curriculum, resources, and teaching strategies in the school community.
    2. 2. Four Square TangoDigital LiteracyMedia LiteracyInformation LiteracyTechnology Literacy
    3. 3. Four Square Tango Pair/Share What are some examples of ways you have demonstrated this strength to your school community? Take a Poll
    4. 4. Submit a code online to http://PollEv.com or text a code to 37606 Which literacy is most critical to teaching and learning? Digital Literacy 132921 Media Literacy 132922 Information Literacy 132923 Technology Literacy 132934 All of the Above 132935
    5. 5. Four Types of Literacy State Education Technology Directors Association 2007 Adapted from ―Media Literacy - Definition Matrix‖ Leadership Summit Toolkit 2007 What is Transliteracy?Transliteracy is the ability to read, write andinteract across a range of platforms, tools andmedia from signing and orality throughhandwriting, print, TV, radio and film, to digitalsocial networks.
    6. 6. Why should we care? Collaboration Align library standards with curriculum Common Language Collection development Advocacy Keeps the library relevant
    7. 7. CSCOPE Components
    8. 8. College and Readiness Standards The U.S. Department of Labor estimates that 90 percent of 21st-century skilled workforce jobs will require some form of post-secondary education. If America is to remain competitive in tomorrows global workforce, our students must first be able to successfully complete the first year of college without the need for remedial or developmental education.
    9. 9. Higher -order critical thinking skillsProblem-solving skillsDeeper conceptual understandingExpanded academic vocabularyMedia literacyStrong process skills
    10. 10. The purpose of the ELPSis to help makeacademic contentaccessible to ELLs bysystematically breakingdown the languagebarrier.
    11. 11. CSCOPE Components Vertical Alignment Document (VAD) Year at a Glance (YAG) Performance Indicators Assessments (Unit Assessments) 3….2…1
    12. 12. Non-negotiables …it’s the districts responsibility toWhat provide clear guidelines to teachers regarding the content to be addressed in specific courses atWhy specific grade levels. Marzano 2009NegotiableHow
    13. 13. What role do you play inassessment? 3….2…1Break Time!
    14. 14. AASL Standards—What Are the Keywords?
    15. 15. What does it mean to be 3….2…1literate in the 21st Century? smart
    16. 16. 3 Synonymous Terms2 Well-Known People1 Symbol 3….2…1
    17. 17. CSCOPE Components Instructional Focus Document (IFD) http://www.mycscope.us/ Grade 5 <Social Studies <Unit 1 Vertical Alignment Document  Grade 5, Grade 8, U.S. History  2011 – 2012
    18. 18. BreakTime
    19. 19. Collaboration with Library Colleagues Two heads are better than oneReasons to stay one step ahead… Last minute request Resource substitutions Genre demands
    20. 20. Eric Jensen: Stuck/ChangeTopic: Collaboration with Colleagues Public Domain
    21. 21. Planning Grid: Where do I Fit?Subject Online ResourcesBooks Other Ideas, Activities
    22. 22. Subject: OnlineExample: 4th Grade Resources: Context Clues Brain Pop Discovery Education Read Write Think Writing Fix Books: Other Ideas, Baloney Activities: Sparrow Girl Piggins Context Clue Match Up
    23. 23. Consider Electronic resources Globes, maps, atlases Graphics Speeches Periodicals
    24. 24. Consider Boolean Searching Book Trailers Online dictionary Podcasts
    25. 25. The Story SpineThe Story Spine, originally created by playwright Kenn Adams. The Platform • Once Upon a Time…IISD adopted the CScope Curriculum System • Everyday… The Catalyst • But one day…the librarian met with a group of teachers • Then something change… The Consequences • Because of that… • And then …. Occurred The Climax • Until finally… • Then suddenly The Resolution • Ever since then… • And the moral of the story is...
    26. 26. Bibliography The College Board. College Board, SpringBoard, inspiring minds, and the acorn logo are registered trademarks of the College Board. 2010 CSCOPE.2012.http://www.region10.o rg/cscope/documents/CscopeBroc hure2011.pdf
    27. 27. Bibliography Toni Buzzeos Collaborating to Meet Standards Joyce Valenza What Do Teacher Librarians Do SETDA: Definitions ICT Media Fluency LandscapeState Education Technology Directors Association.Adapted from ―Media Literacy – Definition Matrix‖ Leadership Summit Toolkit 2007 CCRS.http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/index.cf m?objectid=EADF962E-0E3E-DA80- BAAD2496062F3CD8 2012 ELPS. http://allthingslpac.com/ELPS 2012 Newman, Bobbi. Libraries and Transliteracy Video. http://librarianbyday.net/%20transliteracy./ 2012

    ×