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  • Students must master these competencies in order to succeed in life and work in today’s environment. The SLMS will play a key role in helping students achieve success.
  • “The SLMS must work to create a learning environment where everyone is a teacher, learner, producer, and contributor” and “ensure that students are effective users of ideas and information” (AASL Empowering Learners).
  • “The nine common beliefs feature two core approaches to learning that are embedded in school library media programs – reading and inquiry” (AASL Empowering Learners). Students who can read and inquire on their own are given the tools to pursue their own learning even farther.
  • The common beliefs outline the responsibilities that SLMS’s must accept to support successful learning.
  • The AASL developed standards for the “literacy, technology, critical thinking, and information skills that all learners need to acquire.” ”Today’s learners have grown up in a wired world “ and today’s librarians must help students learn to connect, communicate, collaborate, and create with technology (AASL Empowering Learners).

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  • 1. Standards Project
    Kirsten Shaw
    LIS 5240
  • 2. 21ST CENTURY SKILLS
    CORE SUBJECTS
    +
    21ST CENTURY THEMES
    +
    LEARNING AND INNOVATION SKILLS
    +
    INFORMATION, MEDIA, AND TECHNOLOGY SKILLS
    +
    LIFE AND CAREER SKILLS
    = SUCCESSFUL LEARNER
  • 3. The Future Librarian
    Leader, Instructional Partner, Information Specialist, Teacher, and Program Administrator
  • 4. 9 Common Beliefs for All Learners
    Reading is a window to the world.
    Inquiry provides a framework for learning.
    Ethical behavior in the use of information
    must be taught.
    Technology skills are crucial.
  • 5. 5. Equitable access is key.6. Information literacy has become more complex.7. Individuals must acquire thinking skills to learn on their own.8. Learning has social context.9. School libraries are essential to learning.
  • 6. Foundation of Beliefs
  • 7. This isn’t your mother’s library anymore…
  • 8. This is the 21st Century