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Instructional Design, Planning,
Delivery, and Facilitation
Domain 2
By Vandy Pacetti-Tune, LMIS
Denison Middle School
High Intensity:
Collaborative Instructional Units.
Mid-level:
Pathfinders.
Repeatable:
Displays that match
current instruc...
High Intensity:
Media Center
website.
Mid-level:
Library lessons
Repeatable:
Blog
Newsletter
2b. Providing instruction to ...
High Intensity:
Book Clubs.
Mid-level:
Scheduled reading
promotions, AR reports.
Repeatable:
Displays, reading lists,
bull...
High Intensity:
Offering PD,
Research lessons.
Mid-level:
Special website pages to
match curricular needs.
Repeatable:
Col...
High Intensity:
Annual report and Collection
evaluation and purchasing choices
made from usage stats.
Mid-level:
Reading l...
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Media Specialist's Essential Performance Competencies from Domain 2 of the Polk County Media Specialist Evaluation Rubric are presented with examples of acceptable evidence to present during evaluation.

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Preparing Evidence for Media Specialist Evaluation

  1. 1. Instructional Design, Planning, Delivery, and Facilitation Domain 2 By Vandy Pacetti-Tune, LMIS Denison Middle School
  2. 2. High Intensity: Collaborative Instructional Units. Mid-level: Pathfinders. Repeatable: Displays that match current instructional units. 2a. Demonstrating knowledge of the curriculum.
  3. 3. High Intensity: Media Center website. Mid-level: Library lessons Repeatable: Blog Newsletter 2b. Providing instruction to engage students in learning.
  4. 4. High Intensity: Book Clubs. Mid-level: Scheduled reading promotions, AR reports. Repeatable: Displays, reading lists, bulletin boards. 2c. Incorporating literacy instruction.
  5. 5. High Intensity: Offering PD, Research lessons. Mid-level: Special website pages to match curricular needs. Repeatable: Collaboration logs, tip sheets. 2d. Supporting the instructional program.
  6. 6. High Intensity: Annual report and Collection evaluation and purchasing choices made from usage stats. Mid-level: Reading lists developed from usage stats. AR stats to target groups for reading motivation. Repeatable: Needs survey to develop collection, and plan PD. 2e. Using data to enhance learning.

Media Specialist's Essential Performance Competencies from Domain 2 of the Polk County Media Specialist Evaluation Rubric are presented with examples of acceptable evidence to present during evaluation.

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