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Semester One Report


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Library Media Program Statistics for Semester One; 2010-2011 School Year.

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Semester One Report

  1. 1. Rosa Parks Middle School Library Media Center 1st Semester Report 2010-2011 MCPS, Library Media Specialist An n B randorff, Library M edia Assist ant
  2. 2. Program Highlights “Thanks so much for  The RPMS media center undergoes technology modernization over all of your help the summer is now able to accommodate full-sized classes at the yesterday. You computer stations. anticipated my every need and were right  The media center space has been rear- there when I needed ranged into inviting area of chairs, tables and carpet to encourage small group discussion. you. RPMS is lucky to have you—you have  Titles from the Maryland Black-Eyed turned our media Susan State Reading Promotion have been center into an amazing purchased. Students may choose from the place!” grade 4-6 or 6-9 or High School lists.  The RPMS media center hosts the 6th ~Deb Overly grade Town Hall meetings for each quar- ter.  The RPMS media center hosts the Char- acter Education breakfasts and televised “Many thanks for the award winners on the morning announcements. yesterday’s demo of  RPMS media specialist collaborates with teachers to integrate tech- Glogster! Wow what a nology into the curriculum. 1st semester projects include Voicethread, PhotoStory, Microsoft great tool. We all Publisher and Microsoft PowerPoint. enjoyed how you  RPMS media program supports stu- presented it, too, and dent projects through the development then gave us lots of time of research guides posted on a school- and support to work on wide Wiki. See it ourselves.” ~Nellie Ross  The RPMS media center hosts pro- fessional development training for paraeducators. January training consisted of Glogster. See for online support. “Caught Ya: For  The RPMS media center checks out its very going above and first PlayAways. See beyond to help me for create the more details on this engaging new format of books. Voicethread project! AND working  TRAILS knowledge assessment is adminis- individually with tered to provide an easily accessible and flexible students to work with tool to identify strengths and weaknesses in the information- this new technology! seeking skills of RPMS students.  Library media specialist works with UDL tech consultant to train ~Linda Bauknecht all RPMS students in online resources providing differentiation.2
  3. 3. Data Snapshots Monthly Circulation Statistics, by Grade Level Oct-2010 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 135, 19% 460, 64% 122, 17% 717 items Nov-2010 Dec-2010 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 90, 25% 325, 164, 26% 161, 45% 52% 137, 22% 360 items 109, 30% 625 items Jan-2011 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 85, 26% 169, 51% 78, 23% 332 items3
  4. 4. Playaway Circulation by Grade Level Playaway Circulation 35 30 19 24 25 20 15 13 10 3 8 4 5 3 3 0 0 Nov Dec Jan 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade 25 titles were added to the collection at the end of November, 2010. Black-Eyed Susan Program Students Participating by Grade Level 35 0 4 BES 6th graders BES 7th graders BES 8th graders % of Students Eligible to Vote Out of the Total Number of Students Participating (29) Total Students Involved Students Eligible to Vote 9, 24% 29, 76%4
  5. 5. Classroom Collaboration # of Classes by Grade 90 85 80 72 70 60 50 40 34 # of Classes 30 20 10 0 8th Grade 7th Grade 6th Grade # Classes by Subject 90 80 80 70 62 60 50 40 27 30 # Classes 20 10 5 5 4 0 English Reading US Social Science Health History Studies5