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Dese update fall 2009 curt fuchs coordinator of educational support services

Dese Update—fall, 2009Curt Fuchs, coordinator of Educational Support Services


Electronic resources

Electronic Resources

  • Missouri is fortunate to offer a wide variety of electronic resources for our students

  • Resources are free and can be accessed from home

  • A lot of these resources are under utilized

  • Media specialist responsibility to provide awareness


Dese update fall 2009 curt fuchs coordinator of educational support services

NetSmartzwww.netsmartz.org/education/?state=MO


Ethemes www emints org ethemes

Ethemeswww.emints.org/ethemes

  • Database of over 2,000 eThemes topics

  • Age appropriate resources organized around specific themes

  • Created for educators

  • Library media specialists can now request new eThemes topics


Missouri digital heritage initiative www sos mo gov mdh

Missouri Digital Heritage Initiative www.sos.mo.gov/mdh


Hippocampus www movip org

Hippocampus www.movip.org


Library of congress 15 million items online out of 138 million items

Library of Congress15+ million items online out of 138 million items


Library of congress www loc gov

Library of Congress www.loc.gov


Information communications technology and media literacy

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

  • The new document: all original information with new items to reflect explosion of influence of technology.

  • Final product will be available this spring


Information communications technology and media literacy1

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

The entire document effectively reflects the research/inquiry process:

1 The entire process

2-5 Elaboration on parts of that process

6 Digital citizenship


Information communications technology and media literacy2

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

  • Strands

    • Inquiry process

      • Follow an inquiry process to construct new understandings, draw conclusions, and create new knowledge

        [Somewhat parallel to writing structure: entire process, then components]


Information communications technology and media literacy3

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

  • Strands

    • Determine nature and intent information needed

      • Purpose and Audience

      • Focus Questions/Key Words


Information communications technology and media literacy4

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

  • Strands

    • Access information

      • Source Selection

      • Source Navigation


Information communications technology and media literacy5

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

  • Strands

    • Evaluate information critically and competently

      • Message

      • Relevance

      • Reliability

      • Comprehensiveness


Information communications technology and media literacy6

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

  • Strands

    • Use of information

      • Recording and organization

      • Synthesizing

      • Presentation


Information communications technology and media literacy7

Information, Communications Technology, and Media Literacy

  • Strands

  • Responsible use of media

    • Digital citizenship

    • Academic honesty

    • Cyber safety


New content area

New content area

  • Common to all disciplines

  • Common to all learning environments

  • Common to all levels of education


Professional support for teachers

Professional Support for Teachers

  • Plan for online self-paced support

  • Facilitated course through eLearning

    • First one is going to be at MASL Spring Conference


Feedback to dese on document

Feedback to DESE on Document

  • Please go to website and provide comments and suggestions:

    www.dese.mo.gov/divimprove/curriculum


Msip standards 5 th cycle

MSIP Standards 5th cycle

  • Fifth Cycle

  • Standards and Indicators Manual

  • (affecting media centers)

  • Accreditation Standards for Public School Districts in Missouri

  • Effective July 1, 2011

  • Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education


Msip standards 5 th cycle1

MSIP Standards 5th cycle

  • Process Standards

  • 14. Library Media Centers (LMC) are an essential and fully integrated part of the instructional program.

  • 1. The library media staff collaborate with other instructional staff to

    integrate LMC resources and services into the instructional

    program

  • 2. A K-12 information literacy curriculum is implemented across all content areas

  • 3. Students have access to a full range of information and reading resources and services in the LMC

  • 4. The LMC provides physical access to information and resources for

    learning

  • 5. The LMC program is annually evaluated according to specific guidelines


Msip standards 5 th cycle2

MSIP Standards 5th Cycle

  • Resource Standards

  • 32. Library Media Staff - Certificated librarians and/or library media specialists are assigned

  • consistent with the following ratios, based on the student enrollment at each building:

  • MINIMUM STANDARD DESIRABLE STANDARDStudentsFTEStudentsFTE

  • 1-200 .20 1-150 .20

  • 201-400 .40 151-300 .40

  • 401-600 .60 301-450 .60

  •  601-800 .80 451-600 .80  

  • 801-1000 1.00 601-750 1.00

  • 1001-1200 1.20 751-900 1.20

  • 1201-1400 1.40 901-1050 1.40

  • 1401-1600 1.60 1051-1200 1.60

  • 1601-1800 1.80 1201-1350 1.80

  • 1801-2000 2.00, etc. 1351-1500 2.00, etc.


Core data screen 7

CORE DATA—Screen # 7


Core data screen 20

Core Data Screen # 20


Coding errors being found

Coding errors being found

  • Codes:

  • 884600 Elementary Librarian

  • *992020 Elementary Librarian Time—assigned students without presence of teacher

  • 884400 Middle School Librarian

  • 884200 Junior High Librarian

  • 884000 High School Librarian

  • 999930 High School librarian offering credit for library aides

  • 990088 Travel time

  • 880000 Supplemental Assignment (lunch duty, recess duty during school day)


Scenarios for coding

Scenarios for coding

  • Elementary librarian in a school district that has 1875 minutes a week

  • _____________________________________________________________________

  • Scenario # 1 Serves one building K-5 building 1875 minutes per week

  • 884600 Elementary librarian (1875 minutes minus – 800 minutes) = 1075 minutes

  • 992020 Elementary Librarian Time—class time (20 classes X 40 minutes) 800 minutes

  • ____________________________________________________________________

  • Scenario # 2 Serves on building K-5 building 1875 minutes per week

  • 884600 Elementary Librarian (1875 minutes minus 600-100) = 1175

  • 992020 Elementary Librarian Time—class time (20 classes x 30 minutes) 600 minutes

  • 880000 Supplemental Assignment (Recess duty 20 minutes a day ) 100 minutes


Really complicated coding

Really complicated coding

  • Scenario # 3--Serve two K-5 buildings--have 937 minutes per building (1875 min per week)

  • Building Number One K-5 building

  • 884600 Elementary Librarian (937 minutes minus 360-45-100 = 432 minutes

  • 992020 Elementary Librarian Time—class time (12 classes X 30 minutes) 360 minutes

  • 990088 Travel time (3 times a week x 15 minutes) 45 minutes

  • 880000 Supplemental Assignment (recess duty 20 x 5) 100 minutes

  • Building Number Two K-5 building

  • 884600 Elementary Librarian (937 minutes minus 420-45) = 472 minutes

  • 992020 Elementary Librarian Time—class time ( 14 classes x 30 minutes ) 420 minutes

  • 990088 Travel time (3 trips a week x 15 minutes) (45 minutes)


Dese update fall 2009 curt fuchs coordinator of educational support services

Misc

  • DESE Library Contacts

  • Summer Reading Program (State Library)

  • Praxis tests

    • Online class is full this fall

    • New test with higher score

    • Committee meeting on Nov. 3 to look at other options


Q a time contact info

Q & A time/contact info

  • Contact information is

    curt.fuchs@dese.mo.gov

    Office phone 573-526-4219


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